Huddersfield Town will be missing a crucial player against Birmingham City due to an injury.

Danny Ward hasn’t played in a month due to an Achilles injury, and he won’t play for Huddersfield Town against Birmingham City in the Championship tomorrow night.
Danny Ward will miss Huddersfield Town’s match against Birmingham City on Tuesday. Due to an Achilles injury, the striker has missed the last four games.

On September 2, he played against West Bromwich Albion. “Wardy is doing really well, but he’s one that unfortunately won’t be considered for the game,” Terriers manager Darren Moore said. “He’s progressing but with the games coming thick and fast he won’t quite make it for Birmingham.”

Ward has a “slim chance” of playing against his former side Sheffield Wednesday this weekend, according to Moore. “We’ll take a look and see how he progresses,” he said. We’re probably looking for him after the international break, but I wouldn’t rule him out for that one.”

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Ward has started five Championship games this season but has yet to score a goal. “I am looking forward to working with Danny,” Moore remarked. “He will add another dimension and option to the team.”

“He’s an attacking player, which you can never have enough of.” We will gladly welcome him back when he is fit and well.

David Kasumu’s trip to St Andrew’s will come far too soon. The hard-tackling midfielder is still recovering from a hamstring injury suffered against Stoke City last month.

“Hopefully we don’t get any more injuries this week, and the squad will look a lot healthier after the international break,” Moore admitted, adding that he will evaluate Jonathan Hogg and Yuta Nakayama before finalizing his selection. Moore has had a good start at the John Smith’s Stadium, with two draws since taking over from Neil Warnock.

Moore stated of the players, “They are such a wonderful group of boys.” They truly are.

“There is a genuine collaborative approach. Working with them in training is amazing and invigorating for me.

“We have a group of players who are honest, hardworking, and have a great camaraderie with one another.” I’m looking forward to the coming weeks and months. We’ll get to know these characters and people better when the group settles down.”


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