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Team News: Three changes for Huddersfield Town against Burnley

Team News: Three changes for Huddersfield
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Huddersfield Town make three changes for Saturday's Premier League home game with Burnley.

Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner has made three changes to his starting XI for Saturday's Premier League home game with Burnley.

The full-backs have been rotated, with Florent Hadergjonaj and Scott Malone replacing Tommy Smith and Chris Lowe.

Up front, Laurent Depoitre is back in the starting XI, while Steve Mounie drops down the bench.

Michael Hefele returns to the matchday squad after a three-month layoff due to an Achilles problem.

Burnley, meanwhile, are unchanged from their 2-2 draw at Manchester United on Boxing Day.

Sean Dyche has kept faith with the same starting XI and also the same substitutes, with Jon Walters, Sam Vokes and Nahki Wells all on the bench.

Huddersfield Town: Lossl; Hadergjonaj, Schindler, Zanka, Malone; Hogg, Mooy; Quaner, Ince, Van La Parra; Depoitre
Subs: Coleman, Cranie, Lolley, Williams, Mounie, Hefele, Smith

Burnley: Pope; Bardsley, Long, Mee, Taylor; Arfield, Hendrick, Cork, Defour, Gudmundsson; Barnes
Subs: Lindegaard, Lowton, Marney, Vokes, Westwood, Wells, Walters

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· Comeback queen and super-mum Helen Glover goes for her third Olympic gold alongside Polly Swann in the women's pair final (1.30am)
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