Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner "excited" about Spurs clash

Hope Soto
September 30, 2017

Despite a slow start to the season, Kane is now the current top goal scorer in the Champions League following his hat-trick against APOEL on Tuesday night. Huddersfield Town would fancy inflicting a shocking, heavy defeat to the visitors the way they did in their opening fixture at Crystal Palace.

The Terriers have kept four clean sheets in six league games. Although Huddersfield have been good this term, the team haven't won in their last four games.

Marseille were briefly said to be willing to take Sissoko back to Ligue 1, while Valencia were linked with a late swoop for his services after talk of a surprise loan move to Turkish side Trabzonspor.

On Saturday, Spurs go up against Huddersfield, who boast the second best defensive record in the division so far, with their three goals conceded worse only than the two let in by Manchester City and Manchester United.

Boss David Wagner has instilled a hardworking mentality into his side and the Soccer Saturday panelist believes this could cause Spurs problems.

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Jon Stankovic, Kasey Palmer, Danny Williams and Collin Quaner are all definitely out.

The former Tottenham midfielder, who now works as a pundit for BBC Sport and Sky Sports, has pointed out that Kane is happy to remain where he is and appreciates what Spurs have given him. However, Pochetino will be glad to welcome back Delle Alli and Jan Vetongen, who were suspended for the Champions League win in Cyprus. Tom Ince and Laurent Depoitre will be crucial for that, while the defenders will have to watch out for Harry Kane.

Huddersfield Town: 4-3-2-1 Jonas Loessl, Mathias Jorgensen, Chris Loewe, Christopher Schindler, Tom Smith, Jonathan Hogg, Aaron Mooy, Abdelhamid Sabiri, Elias Kachunga, Thomas Ince, and Laurent Depoitre. The hosts will have a slight advantage of playing against the team that was involved in an away midweek European competition. You don't get promoted to the Premier League to run and hide from the biggest sides in the land, and Town should remember that this weekend.

"But they have so many qualities all over the park".

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