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Gary Smee

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  1. FT: Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    I'm afraid that's all we've got time for this afternoon.

    It was certainly a strange West Yorkshire derby...absolutely nothing for 45 minutes and then one of the most exciting, intense games you are likely to see.

    You can read more in Steve Marshall's match report here.

    Thanks for joining us. Goodbye.

  2. FT: Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Leeds United boss Steve Evans tells Sky Sports:

    "I think it was disappointing for 40 minutes and the two goals didn't change what we said to them at half-time.

    "We said that when you play for this football club it means the world to teams to beat you and I thought Huddersfield would be like that with a new manager.

    "We rode our luck a bit early doors but with the first bit of quality we get a goal and the second bit of quality we get our second goal."

  3. Derby joy for Leeds

    Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    BBC Radio Leeds' Leeds United commentator Adam Pope captures the scene at the final whistle.

  4. FT: Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Leeds are now up to 14th in the Championship after recording back-to-back wins for the first time since March.

    Huddersfield remain in 19th, five points clear of the relegation zone. 

    But we're about 20 minutes away from our 15:00 GMT kick-offs so plenty could change over the next couple of hours.


    Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Well it was all pretty convincing in the end for Leeds.

    A desperately poor first half burst into life in stoppage time when Mirco Antenucci pounced on the end of Stuart Dallas' pinpoint cross before Chris Wood fired into an empty net to double the advantage at the break.

    Alex Mowatt made it 3-0 with a stunning 30-yard half-volley into the top corner.

    Huddersfield dominated the second half but struggled to create many clear cut chances.

    The new boss, David Wagner, takes the hot seat on Monday. Plenty for him to think about.

  6. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    It's just not going to happen for Huddersfield. Kyle Dempsey is sent clear but he tries to cross the ball when he should have shot.

    Frustrating for the hosts.

  7. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Steve Evans

    This victory will move Leeds to within six points of the play-off places...for the next couple of hours or so at least.

    Steve Evans has won seven promotions in his managerial career...too early to be saying such things?

  8. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Leeds are just playing possession football now. That's all they need to do. 

    There will be four minutes of stoppage time.

  9. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    If the scoreline stays the same, this will be Leeds' biggest win at Huddersfield since 1938.

    It will also be the first time Leeds have earned back-to-back wins since March.

  10. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Jordan Botaka almost makes an immediate impact after coming on.

    The forward performs a couple of cheeky stepovers before unleashing a fierce right-footed shot which Joe Murphy does well to tip over the bar.


    Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Leeds make their final substitution.

    Jordan Botaka comes on for Stuart Dallas who set up their first goal with that fantastic cross.

  12. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Huddersfield appear to have run out of steam now. They know this game is beyond them. 

    But we've seen stranger things in football! Just over 10 minutes left.

  13. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Leeds have kept just one clean sheet in their last 13 games - and that was against Cardiff on Tuesday. It's looking like they will make it two in 14 matches.

    Huddersfield have had 13 shots in this second half, but crucially they haven't made any of them count.


    Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Scott Wootton is replaced by Tom Adeyami for Leeds just moments after Dean Whitehead flashes a shot over the bar for Huddersfield.

    Huddersfield also make a change as Duane Holmes comes on for Joe Lolley.

  15. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Marco Silvestri pulls off another marvellous save to keep Huddersfield at bay.

    Harry Bunn fires a powerful right-footed shot towards goal from a tight angle, but Silvestri dives at full stretch and tips the ball away.

    You feel that had to go in though as time is quickly running out for the hosts.

  16. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    This game is now end to end. Leeds have a couple of corners which come to nothing before Emyr Huws finds space in the box at the other end but can't get his shot away.

    He needed to be a bit quicker with his decision making.

    James Vaughan then fires a shot over the bar for the Terriers. That dull first 45 minutes has quickly been forgotten about, this is now enthralling viewing.

  17. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    What a magnificent save from Leeds goalkeeper Marco Silvestri. James Vaughan hits a powerful shot on the turn and Silvestri pulls off a fine one-handed stop low to his right.

    That's Huddersfield's best chance of the match.

  18. Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Huddersfield will be completely deflated by that goal as they were on top in this second half.

    But there was nothing they could do about that from Alex Mowatt, it was the sweetest of strikes. It was arguably better than his stunning winner against Cardiff on Tuesday.

    Meanwhile, James Vaughan comes on for Murray Wallace for Huddersfield. They need a goal from somewhere and quickly.

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    Quote Message: That is an absolute screamer from Alex Mowatt. Leeds United are almost out of sight in the West Yorkshire derby. Town need to shut the back door quick because otherwise this is going to get painful. from Paul Ogden BBC Radio Leeds' Huddersfield Town commentator
    Paul OgdenBBC Radio Leeds' Huddersfield Town commentator
  20. GOAL (Mowatt)

    Huddersfield 0-3 Leeds

    Leeds celebrate

    WOW! Alex Mowatt has done it again!

    Mowatt picks up the ball 30 yards from goal and thumps an unstoppable half-volley into the top right corner.

    It was one of the best strikes you will ever see and this game is as good as over.

  21. Huddersfield 0-2 Leeds

    This is so much better from Huddersfield. Joe Lolley has been a livewire throughout this match and he once again races down the right but his attempted cross is deflected for a corner.

    Nothing comes from the set piece, but the home fans will be buoyed by their side's start after the break.

  22. Huddersfield 0-2 Leeds

    Huddersfield have created more in the first four minutes of the second half than the whole of the first half.

    Harry Bunn weaves his way into the box, but can't get enough power behind his effort and it's saved easily by Marco Silvestri. 

    Just before Joe Lolley went down in the area, but the referee waved away his penalty claims. 

  23. Huddersfield 0-2 Leeds

    Two chances in the space of two minutes for Nahki Wells.

    The Huddersfield striker just can't get on the end of Joe Lolley's pinged cross before he races clear but Sol Bamba pulls off a fine sliding tackle.

    Much brighter start from the hosts.

  24. KICK-OFF

    Huddersfield 0-2 Leeds

    Huddersfield get us under way for the second half. Big, big half needed from the Terriers.

  25. HT: Huddersfield 0-2 Leeds

    So what will Mark Lillis be saying to his Huddersfield players in the dressing room?

    He needs to find something inspirational because that was a real sucker punch from Leeds just before half-time.

    The Terriers registered just one shot on target in the first half and will certainly need to show plenty more attacking flair.


    Huddersfield 0-2 Leeds

    After 10 minutes of injury time, the half-time whistle finally blows. 

    But what a 10 minutes it was for Leeds United.

    It's fair to say absolutely nothing happened for the first 45 minutes, but then everything burst into life.

    Mirco Antenucci put Leeds ahead with a predatory finish from six yards out, before Chris Wood netted his sixth goal of the season in the seventh minute of stoppage time.

    Huddersfield will be shell-shocked.

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    Quote Message: It's a double sucker punch in first-half injury time. Town have got to come out roaring in the second half to get something out of this West Yorkshire derby. from Paul Ogden BBC Radio Leeds' Huddersfield Town commentator
    Paul OgdenBBC Radio Leeds' Huddersfield Town commentator
  28. GOAL (Wood)

    Huddersfield 0-2 Leeds

    Chris Wood scores

    And now it's 2-0! Unbelievable.

    Mirco Antenucci breaks clear and takes the ball round Huddersfield goalkeeper Joe Murphy.

    He gets a shot away which is blocked, but the ball comes back to Chris Wood in the centre of the area and the striker is left with the simplest of finishes into an open net.

    Where did that come from?!

  29. GOAL (Antenucci)

    Huddersfield 0-1 Leeds

    Mirco Antenucci

    Finally we have a bit of quality and it's led to the first goal of the game!

    Stuart Dallas puts in a fantastic cross from the right and Mirco Antenucci is perfectly placed to fire home.

    Antenucci is then booked for taking his shirt off in the celebrations. Why do players do that?

  30. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    There will be eight minutes of injury time after Liam Cooper's nasty head injury.

  31. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    That pretty much sums up this first half. The ball breaks to Leeds' Alex Mowatt in the box and he fires a shot away which goes out for a throw in.

  32. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Quote Message: At the moment you can see why this is 19th v 18th in the Championship. Both teams have flaws as well as talent on view. from Paul Ogden BBC Radio Leeds' Huddersfield Town commentator
    Paul OgdenBBC Radio Leeds' Huddersfield Town commentator
  33. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    There may be a distinct lack of quality and clear cut chances so far, but that isn't deterring the Huddersfield and Leeds supporters.

    Both sets of fans are in fine voice at the John Smith's Stadium.

  34. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    We've now got another nasty looking injury. Dean Whitehead is down for Huddersfield after a clash with Luke Murphy.

    Thankfully Whitehead is back up on his feet shortly after.


    Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Philip Billing is coming off for Huddersfield and appears to be limping. He's replaced by Emyr Huws. 

  36. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Just as I said that, we finally have our first shot on target. Huddersfield's Harry Bunn finds some room in the box and fires a low left foot strike towards goal but Marco Silverstri saves well.

  37. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Leeds v Huddersfield

    It's been 15 games since these two sides have played out a goalless draw. 

    But almost half an hour in and neither goalkeeper has been troubled.

    The game needs a spark from somewhere. Desperately!

  38. YELLOW CARD (Cranie)

    Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    That is as cynical as it gets from Martin Cranie and the Huddersfield defender rightly goes into the referee's notebook.

    Mirco Antenucci breaks for Leeds on halfway but Cranie pulls him back and is immediately shown a yellow card.

  39. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Nahki Wells finds Kyle Dempsey on the right wing with a wonderful reverse pass, but the midfielder can't get the ball from under his feet as he makes his way into the box and his weak effort is blocked.

    Still a lack of real quality in the game midway through this first half.

  40. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    The Leeds corner is too long and is cleared by the Huddersfield defence.

    It may take a while for the players to find their feet again after that lengthy delay.

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    Quote Message: Liam Cooper is a smashing lad. It's not nice seeing him stretchered off and in such agony. from Paul Ogden BBC Radio Leeds' Huddersfield Town commentator
    Paul OgdenBBC Radio Leeds' Huddersfield Town commentator

    Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Liam Cooper is carried off the pitch to applause from everyone inside the John Smith's Stadium.

    Sol Bamba is on to replace him.

    We'll bring you updates on the defender's condition as soon as we know.

    In the meantime Huddersfield have a corner to defend.

  43. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Liam Cooper carried off

    The stretcher is coming on for Liam Cooper. It looks like the 24-year-old is going to play no further part in the game. Both sets of players look concerned.

    Thankfully, Scott Wootton is back up on his feet.

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    Oh my, that's a sickening clash of heads between Leeds defenders Scott Wootton and Liam Cooper.

    Cooper is down and medics are attending to him. We're going to be in for some delay it seems.

  45. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Huddersfield's Joe Lolley is in the thick of things again.

    He jinks into the box from the right-hand touchline and launches a fierce left-foot shot towards but Liam Cooper puts his body on the line to block it.

    Superb defending.

  46. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    It's a fairly scrappy start from both sides, but you can tell how much it means to the players. 

    Derby games can often be tense affairs and that's just what we have at the moment. 

    Still plenty of time for things to improve.

  47. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Leeds forward Mirco Antenucci enters Huddersfield territory for the first time, but is bundled off the ball and into touch.

    The Italian wants a free-kick, but the referee is having none of it. There will be a few more crunching challenges to come I'm sure.

  48. Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Huddersfield are on the front foot in the early stages with Joe Lolley making a couple of runs down the right.

    The Leeds defence is holding firm though. Both sides are weighing each other up it seems.

  49. KICK-OFF

    Huddersfield 0-0 Leeds

    Leeds get us under way. Who's going to get the upper hand in this one then?

  50. The teams are out

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    The players emerge at a sun-drenched and extremely noisy John Smith's Stadium. 

    Both sets of fans are definitely up for this one.

    It's going to be a fast and furious West Yorkshire derby, that's for sure.

    First we'll have a minute's silence ahead of Remembrance Sunday.

  51. Time to find some form

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    Just six Championship wins between the two sides all season probably sums up why both clubs have new managers in place by the start of November.

    After failing to win any of their opening six matches, Huddersfield have picked up slightly in recent weeks, winning three of their last nine games.

    Leeds have only won once in their last seven.

    Who will come out on top today? Kick-off is just a couple of minutes away...

    Huddersfield Leeds form
  52. Listen to the game

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    As well as following our live text service this afternoon, you can also listen to commentary of the game from our colleagues at BBC Radio Leeds if you're in the West Yorkshire area.

    They've split frequencies today so they can be as partisan as they want to be. Leeds fans can listen on 92.4FM to Adam Pope and ex-Whites striker Noel Whelan, while Terriers followers can tune in to hear Paul Ogden and former Town defender Andy Holdsworth on 774AM or DAB radio.

    Unfortunately, we cannot stream local radio commentaries of Football League games online for contractual reasons.

  53. View from the press box

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    Quote Message: Leeds are fancying this a bit more because they won against Cardiff City in midweek. If they can make it two wins suddenly you're asking if Leeds can push towards the top 10, which I think the squad is capable of. As much as Huddersfield have appointed a new coach, Leeds are not long into the reign of Steve Evans so there are still players playing for him to see if they've got a future at Leeds United. from Adam Pope BBC Radio Leeds' Leeds United commentator
    Adam PopeBBC Radio Leeds' Leeds United commentator
  54. Will he or won't he?

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    Leeds may have earned their first victory at Elland Road since 4 March, but the off-the-field rumblings simply won't go away.

    Chairman Massimo Cellino appeared to be on the verge of selling his majority stake in the club to supporters' group, Leeds Fans United, for around £30m, on Tuesday.

    However, 24 hours later the Italian pulled out leaving the future uncertain to say the least.

    Massimo Cellino
  55. View from the press box

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    Quote Message: There is no pressure at all on Mark Lillis, even less than usual because he knows what's going to happen after his one game as manager so he can have a bit of fun. It wouldn't surprise me if he tells the players to enjoy themselves. We will definitely see a Huddersfield Town squad with a smile on its' face. from Paul Ogden BBC Radio Leeds' Huddersfield Town commentator
    Paul OgdenBBC Radio Leeds' Huddersfield Town commentator
  56. One game to make an impact

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    Huddersfield's temporary boss, Mark Lillis, has good memories of the West Yorkshire derby.

    The former Terriers player featured in five matches against Leeds, scored two goals in victories and never finished on the losing side.

    This is now his fourth stint as Huddersfield's caretaker manager - someone you can rely on in a crisis it seems!

    Mark Lillis
  57. Team news - Leeds United

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    Leeds boss Steve Evans has named an unchanged line-up from the 1-0 victory over Cardiff on Tuesday.

    Sol Bamba and Tom Adeyemi, both unavailable for the midweek game, are back on the bench.

    Leeds starting XI: Silvestri, Wootton, Cooper, Bellusci, Berardi, Dallas, Mowatt, Murphy, Cook, Antenucci, Wood

    Substitutes: Horton, Bamba, Phillips, Adeyemi, Buckley, Botaka, Erwin

  58. Team news - Huddersfield Town

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    Caretaker manager Mark Lillis has made four changes from the 2-2 draw at Reading on Tuesday. 

    Joe Murphy replaces Jed Steer in goal, while Dean Whitehead, Murray Wallace and Joe Lolley also start.

    Joint top scorer Emyr Huws is on the bench for Town.

    Huddersfield starting XI: Murphy, Davidson, Whitehead, Hudson (capt), Cranie, Wallace, Bunn, Lolley, Wells, Dempsey, Billing

    Substitutes: Steer, Smith, Vaughan, Carayol, Huws, Holmes, Bojaj

  59. Get Involved at #bbcfootball

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    Last season, Billy Sharp's last-minute winner gave Leeds a dramatic 2-1 victory at the John Smith's Stadium.

    But what are your favourite memories of the West Yorkshire derby?

    Get in touch on Twitter using #bbcfootball

  60. Welcome Wagner

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    So what do we know about Huddersfield's new boss David Wagner? Not a lot, it has to be said, but here's the information we do have...

    The 44-year-old former United States international, quit his role as Dortmund's Under-23 boss at the start of this month.

    David Wagner

    He previously helped Borussia Dortmund II, Dortmund's reserve side, to promotion to the German third tier in 2012.

    What can he do for the Terriers? We'll have to wait until Monday to find out as academy manager Mark Lillis is in charge today.

  61. Powell gone

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)

    Chris Powell

    After leading his side to just three league wins all season, Chris Powell was sacked by Huddersfield on Wednesday.

    The 46-year-old, appointed in September 2014, won just 15 of his 58 games in charge.

    But his replacement has already been named...

  62. The ups and downs of football

    Huddersfield v Leeds (12:30 GMT)


    It's been something of a rollercoaster week for Huddersfield and Leeds fans.

    From managerial sackings for the Terriers to u-turns by the chairman at Elland Road, all of the focus seems to have been off the pitch.

    But today all eyes will be on the field as we've got a tasty West Yorkshire derby coming up.

    And with both sides languishing towards the bottom of the Championship it already feels like a six-pointer.

    Welcome to our live coverage of Huddersfield v Leeds.

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