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Game Details: Venue: John Smith Stadium (or if your prefer Kirklees Stadium) Huddersfield Date: Saturday 28th November 2020 Kick off: 1500hrs or 3pm f you do not understand the 24 hour

That’s because it happened 10 minutes before you actually witnessed it. 

With the amount of Subs now allowed I wouldn't be surprised if NW threw the gauntlet down to Roberts and Watmore after the Johnson and Spence cameos the other night and started with them again. With m

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10 minutes ago, BillyWoofs_shinpad said:

It will be interesting to see how well we start. I missed the last match due to work commitments, so I’m hoping this one will be a good watch. 

We'll have to test this - if you miss another game and we also score 3 goals then, I'm afraid we'll have to ban you from all future games!

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Understand the logic of starting Johnson and Spence, would also be difficult for NW to ask them to sit on the bench after the impact they made last time out. But if the game pans out how I think it will, I think this would be the perfect game to bring both off from the bench and start with Roberts and Watmore.

Hope that I'm wrong though and Johnson and Spence can make an impact from the off. But I don't think they'll be afforded the same amount of space they had to exploit in the last 30 minutes of the Derby game. 

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