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Huddersfield and Reading meet in the Championship play-off final at Wembley on Monday, with a Premier League place next season on offer to the winners. Town could name the same XI that started the second leg of their semi-final win over Sheffield Wednesday. Chelsea loanee Kasey Palmer (hamstring) may be a surprise squad inclusion after missing the past three months.
Reading will hope Jordan Obita (ankle) is available after missing the semi-final second leg against Fulham. Garath McCleary (hamstring) will push for a start after being on the bench in that 1-0 win. The two sides finished fifth and third respectively in the regular season and were separated by four points. Huddersfield are bidding to return to English football’s top flight for the first time since 1972, while if Jaap Stam’s side are victorious at Wembley, it would see them return to the Premier League after a four-season absence.
Huddersfield Town still have some very fresh memories of play-off triumphs, from both Wembley and Cardiff, but the Championship play-off final? It’s something we usually watch others do, en route to our half-term beach. This Wembley weekend has upgraded rapidly in fans’ minds, from a possible end-of-season-bonus to something that now should result in regular appearances on Match of The Day next season.
Reading are a respected opponent, similar to Huddersfield in their organisation and desire to keep the ball to themselves all day long, if at all possible. But as the only play-off participant to have been defeated by Huddersfield during the regular season, the Royals have been regarded throughout as more desirable than free-scoring Fulham or, until the semi-final, indomitable Sheffield Wednesday. After a season dominated by nail-biting victories (22 of Huddersfield’s 25 regular-season wins were by a single goal margin), it is so very Huddersfield to reach Wembley by a penalty shoot-out, and then mysteriously re-introduce cherished Chelsea loanee Kasey Palmer to the squad, during a post-semi-final warm weather training camp.
The thought of Chelsea’s borrowed flair-pair Izzy Brown and Palmer, plus a German leading scorer called Elias Kachunga, running free across Wembley in Huddersfield Town colours, will keep all Terriers fans awake with excitement until Monday. That image, like so many others from a breathtaking season, carry the same likely subtitle; it could be a while before Huddersfield Town fans see anything like this again.
- This will be the sixth meeting in all competitions between these sides since David Wagner took charge of Huddersfield in November 2015 – in the previous five both sides have claimed two victories each and shared a draw.
- Reading are looking to secure promotion through the play-offs for the first time, having failed to make it through on each of the last five occasions (1995, 2001, 2003, 2009 and 2011).
- Huddersfield are only the fourth English Football League club to reach the final of the play-offs in all three divisions after Blackpool, Preston and Swansea – only Blackpool have won all three.
- The Royals have lost in each of their previous three play-off final appearances, while only Sheffield United have lost more (four).
- The Terriers have been promoted from three of their four play-off finals, winning promotion in 1995, 2004 and 2012, with the latter two coming in penalty shootouts after goalless draws. The exception was a 3-0 defeat by Peterborough in 2011 in League One.
- The Terriers will also be the first team in Football League history to have won promotion having conceded more goals than they have scored in the league campaign.