Huddersfield Town - Championship Football - 17 May 2017

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After a goalless first leg at the John Smith's Stadium on Sunday, Carlos Carvalhal's side are favourites to reach Wembley for the second season running. We will rest up now and go again on Wednesday.

This season's run-in could have been a lot more uncomfortable for Sheffield Wednesday as they spent the closing weeks with Fulham breathing down their necks. We'd go down as legends'. Just ask Sheffield Wednesday and Huddersfield Town.

The 26-year-old, who began his career with the Terriers before joining Crystal Palace in 2013, said: "With our crowd under the lights, it should be a special night".

He had a good game and we are happy with him and all the attackers.

Having played against Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund before, the intense atmosphere of a high-stakes Yorkshire derby at Hillsborough holds no fear for Kachunga. We didn't get enough details right and we lost, and this is why it's so important to be focused on ourselves and not too much on the opponent.

"If we keep another clean sheet, we will definitely score goals".

And their striker Elias Kachunga says the Premier League is bigger than the Bundesliga as he looks to draw on his previous promotion experience to take them back there.

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Southampton's wait for a home goal moved past the six-hour mark, hardly a great statistic for under-pressure manager Claude Puel. United, criticized for playing cautiously under Mourinho, has scored just two goals in its last five games.


It was a gamble, but one which paid off handsomely and the home side now know that they have the upper hand in the reverse fixture against a team who have struggled on the road against the best sides in the second tier over the past few months.

"We have to go there and maybe be a little bit more clinical and create maybe a couple more clear-cut chances".

'It was to visualise to the players how far away it was - the last time they were in the Premier League.

“They might be going back home thinking theyve got a superior advantage now, but I dont see it that way, if we go there and dominate like we did here, then you never know what can happen.” Wells added.

Sheffield Wednesday came close to achieving this aim last season, but were narrowly beaten by Hull City in the play-off final.

Both have endured lengthy absences from English football's uppermost division, though the wait has been longer for Huddersfield, who have been outside the top flight for the past 45 years.

The two side's played out a dogged 0-0 draw in the first leg of their play-off semi-final on Sunday.

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