With video - Wells could be a threat to Albion

Huddersfield manager Mark Robins

Huddersfield manager Mark Robins

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Nahki Wells could be Huddersfield’s danger man today – as he was when they last won.

The little striker signed from Bradford City this season is known as a goal-getter.

But he was goal-provider when Barnsley were thrashed 5-0 at the John Smith’s Stadium on March 1 Wells produced three assists and won a penalty against the hapless Tykes.

Huddersfield have gone nine games without a win since then and are six points off the drop zone going into Easter.

They are missing banned defenders Joel Lynch and Peter Clarke and injured top scorer James Vaughan.

Former Albion and Huddersfield defender Kieran O’Regan, who covers the Terriers for BBC Radio Leeds said: “We are struggling a bit at the moment.

“But I think with another three points we will be definitely safe.”

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10:29am Fri 18 Apr 14

tug509 says...

There`s a thread on the Huddersfield site with concern for well`s` attitude ,they think he is unhappy with the lack of service ,and has dropped his head ,i hope the service doesn`t improve today . But we have kept 19 clean sheets ,most of those teams have had a Nahki Wells ,and it didn`t help them !. UTA
There`s a thread on the Huddersfield site with concern for well`s` attitude ,they think he is unhappy with the lack of service ,and has dropped his head ,i hope the service doesn`t improve today . But we have kept 19 clean sheets ,most of those teams have had a Nahki Wells ,and it didn`t help them !. UTA tug509
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10:39am Fri 18 Apr 14

To baldly go says...

Play to our strengths and we can beat anyone, now is not the time to be cautious!
Away from home we are allowed to play as WE want, with the home side out to win rather than parking the proverbial bus. 3-1 to the Albion, Cms to get 20 minutes followed by another run out Monday before making his first start at home against Yeovil and scoring the winner! UTA
Play to our strengths and we can beat anyone, now is not the time to be cautious! Away from home we are allowed to play as WE want, with the home side out to win rather than parking the proverbial bus. 3-1 to the Albion, Cms to get 20 minutes followed by another run out Monday before making his first start at home against Yeovil and scoring the winner! UTA To baldly go
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