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TEAM NEWS: Huddersfield v Ipswich Town

14:50 23 February 2013

Huddersfield v Ipswich: Blues boss Mick McCarthy names an unchanged line-up from the one that lost 2-0 at home to Watford on Tuesday.

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That means Michael Chopra continues in attack alongside David McGoldrick, while Lee Martin starts on the left, in place of the injured Anthony Wordsworth.

Huddersfield make four changes from the side that lost 6-1 at Nottingham Forest, with Jack Hunt, Joel Lynch, Sean Scannell and Oliver Norwood dropping to the bench.

In come Paul Dixon, Anthony Gerrard, Oscar Gobern and Scott Arfield.

New loan signing Theo Robinson, from Derby is on the bench while there is no place in the 18 for former Ipswich striker, Alan Lee.

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