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Still under the management of Carlos Corberan, Huddersfield Town come into this season with the overall aim of avoiding relegation, although they will hope for a more comfortable finish after last season came worryingly close to a battle for survival.

Despite seemingly having dragged themselves away from the bottom three in the second half of last season, a poor run at the end of the campaign saw the Terriers finish in 20th spot, just six points above the bottom three.

While they were never at huge risk of relegation, only dropping into the bottom five when it was too late for the gap to be bridged, that should act as a wake-up call for Corberan, who has not seen his system flourish since leaving his role under Marcelo Bielsa at Leeds to become Huddersfield’s head coach.

Their start to this season did not go to plan either, as they played out a somewhat disappointing 1-1 draw with a depleted Derby County squad, as Naby Sarr equalised on the stroke of half time after Curtis Davies had put the Rams ahead.

The West Yorkshire outfit then played host to promotion-chasing Fulham, and they got off to the worst possible start when Ryan Schofield’s scuffed kick deflected off Aleksandar Mitrovic into the Terriers’ net

, before Josh Onomah doubled their advantage and Fabio Carvalho immediately restored the two-goal lead on the stroke of half time after Matty Pearson had given the Terriers hope with a 41st-minute goal.

A Harry Wilson red card gave Corberan’s men a chance, but Ivan Cavaleiro immediately dashed those hopes with a goal and then netted a second to seal a 5-1 win at the Terriers’ home ground.

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The Spaniard will now demand a reaction from his side as they take on another team who have had a difficult start to the league season.

After the permanent appointment of Frankie McAvoy as manager, Preston North End may have headed into this season with optimism, but they had a poor start, suffering a thrashing at the hands of Hull City.

Emil Riis Jakobsen gave them an early lead, but it would quickly go downhill as Keane Lewis-Potter hit an equaliser and Richie Smallwood put the visitors ahead, before late goals from Josh Magennis and Andy Cannon sealed an emphatic win for the newly-promoted Tigers

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