Huddersfield on six-game winless run heading into crunch fixture against Millwall

Huddersfield Town head into tomorrow’s crucial Championship relegation clash at home to Millwall on a six-game winless run.

The Terriers have had four different bosses – three of them permanent – this season.

Town have won just once – 2-1 at Watford – in the nine games since German coach Andre Breitenreiter has been in charge.

Huddersfield drew 1-1 against Stoke City – another side who are involved in the scrap down the bottom – on Monday. They are a point adrift of safety.

Breitenreiter, who signed a contract until 2026, said: “If we play like this (the Stoke match) next week and score goals, we have a good chance to win.”
January striker signing Bojan Radulovic scored his first goal for the club in the draw at the Kirklees Stadium.

The former HJK Helsinki striker is not playing down the importance of the meeting with Millwall, who could extend the gap to the bottom three to seven points.

Radulovic said: “It’s a must-win. It’s an important game at home. We have Millwall and two more at home. We must win these three games and take a point away from home.

“The games at home are so important for us.”

Jonathan Hogg and Radinio Balker missed the trip to Stoke with injuries they picked up against Coventry and are doubts for the visit of Neil Harris’ side.

Experienced defender Tom Lees will be missing due to a calf issue. Yuta Nakayama, Josh Ruffels and Ollie Turton are all long-term absentees for the Yorkshire-based side.

Huddersfield are winless in their last four on their own patch. Their last victory at home came against Sunderland – 1-0 – on February 14.

Millwall have won just one of their last nine away fixtures against the Terriers. Scott Malone’s fourth-minute strike led to a 1-0 victory in January 2021.

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