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All you need to know ahead of this evening’s game

– Town travel south as they take on Luton Town
– Game gets under way at 7.45pm
– Watch on Sky Sports or listen on iFollow HTAFC

It’s match day, so here’s everything you need to know ahead of Huddersfield Town’s game against Luton Town!

Town travel to Kenilworth Road as they take on Luton Town in the first leg of their Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Semi-Final.

How to watch Luton Town vs Town

Our ticket allocation of 1,032 has SOLD OUT.

Therefore, any fans without tickets will only be able to listen to the game via iFollow HTAFC.

CLICK HERE to sign up to iFollow HTAFC!

Any supporters who haven’t yet received their tickets for this evening’s game will be able to collect them from the away turnstiles at Kenilworth Road.

Want all the details ahead of the match?

CLICK HERE to get an insight into Nathan Jones’ side by checking out our match preview.

Hear from the boss

Town’s Head Coach previewed this evening’s huge fixture in his virtual press conference – see what he had to say below on HTTV!

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The Preview Show

You can watch the latest instalment of The Preview Show below on #HTTV!

HTTV’s Raj Bains was joined by former Manager Peter Jackson and Club Ambassador Andy Booth!

The pair reflect on what has been an incredible season for Town again in 2021/22, and share what part of their own successful Play-Off experiences could be useful to this current side.

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You can also listen to podcast versions of Carlos’ press conference and The Preview Show on Spotify.

Perfect to have on whilst you’re travelling to Luton!

Supporters Guide

For those fans that are travelling to Kenilworth Road, you can access their away fans guide by CLICKING HERE.

Find out the lowdown on refreshment prices, accessibility information, local places to visit and more!


Town will be in their famous blue and white stripes this evening.

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Sky Sports

This evening’s fixture will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Unfortunately, this means that the game won’t be available to watch via iFollow HTAFC.

However, fans will still be able to listen!

iFollow HTAFC

If you don’t have a ticket, or access to Sky Sports, you’ll be able to listen along via iFollow HTAFC!

Town fans will be able to listen to Friday’s game through our live audio commentary by purchasing either a Monthly or Audio Match Pass to tune in live. You can purchase a UK Season Pass for £45, Monthly Pass for £4.49 and an Audio Match Pass for £2.50.

CLICK HERE to sign up to iFollow HTAFC!

International fans

Due to this evening’s game being selected by Sky Sports, international match passes are unavailable due to the EFL’s broadcast agreement.

Algeria – TOD, beIN Sports Premium 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Andorra – beIN Sports 1
Angola – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Argentina – Star+
Armenia – Setanta Sports 1
Austria – DAZN, sportdigital, Sport1 Extra
Azerbaijan – Setanta Sports 1
Bahrain – TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports Premium 2
Belarus – Setanta Sports 1
Belgium – Eleven Sports 1 Belgium, Play Sports
Benin – ESPN Africa
Bolivia – Star+
Botswana – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Brazil – Star+
Bulgaria – Nova Sport Bulgaria
Burkina Faso – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Burundi – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Cameroon – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Canada – DAZN
Cape Verde – DStv Now
Central African Republic – ESPN Africa
Chad – beIN SPORTS CONNECT, DStv Now, TOD, beIN Sports Premium 2
Chile – Star+
Colombia – Star+
Congo – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Cook Islands – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Costa Rica – Sky HD
Cote D’Ivoire – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Cyprus – Nova Sports Prime
Czech Republic – Premier Sport
Denmark – TV3 MAX, Viaplay Denmark
Djibouti – beIN Sports Premium 2, TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, DStv Now
Dominican Republic – Sky HD
Ecuador – Star+
Egypt – beIN Sports Premium 2, TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
El Salvador – Sky HD
Equatorial Guinea – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Eritrea – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Estonia – Setanta Sports 1
Ethiopia – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Fiji – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Finland – V Sport 2 Finland, V Sport Premium, Elisa Viihde Viaplay
France – Free, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports 1
Gabon – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Gambia – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Georgia – Setanta Sports 1
Germany – Sport1 Extra, DAZN, sportdigital
Ghana – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Greece – Nova Sports Prime
Guatemala – Sky HD
Guinea – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Guinea-Bissau – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Honduras – Sky HD
Hong Kong – 661 Cable Sports, Sports Plus 1
Iceland – Stöð 2 Sport 2
International – Bet365
Iran – beIN Sports Premium 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, TOD
Iraq – beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports Premium 2, TOD
Ireland – TalkSport Radio UK, Sky Sports Main Event, SKY GO Extra, Sky Ultra HD, Sky Sports Football
Israel – Sport 1
Italy – DAZN
Jordan – beIN Sports Premium 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, TOD
Kazakhstan – Setanta Sports 1
Kenya – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Kiribati – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Kuwait – TOD, beIN Sports Premium 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Kyrgyzstan – Setanta Sports 1
Latvia – Setanta Sports 1
Lebanon – TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports Premium 2
Lesotho – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Liberia – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Libya – beIN Sports Premium 2, TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Lithuania – Setanta Sports 1
Luxembourg – Eleven Sports 1 Belgium
Madagascar – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Malawi – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Mali – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Marshall Islands – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Mauritania – beIN Sports Premium 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, DStv Now, TOD
Mauritius – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Mayotte – ESPN Africa
Mexico – Sky HD, Blue To Go Video Everywhere
Moldova – Setanta Sports 1
Monaco – beIN Sports 1
Morocco – beIN Sports Premium 2, TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Mozambique – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Namibia – DStv Now, ESPN Africa
Nauru – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Netherlands – Ziggo Sport Select, Ziggo Sport 14
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Nicaragua – Sky HD
Niger – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Nigeria – ESPN Africa
Niue – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Norway – Viaplay Norway
Oman – TOD, beIN Sports Premium 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Palau – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Palestinian Territory – beIN Sports Premium 2, TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Panama – Sky HD
Paraguay – Star+
Peru – Star+
Poland – Eleven Sports 2 Poland, Eleven Sports 4 Poland
Portugal – Eleven Sports 1
Qatar – beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports Premium 2, TOD
Reunion – ESPN Africa
Rwanda – ESPN Africa
Saint Helena – ESPN Africa
Samoa – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Sao Tome And Principe – ESPN Africa
Senegal – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Seychelles – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Sierra Leone – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Slovakia – Premier Sport, Arena Sport 1 Slovakia
Slovenia – Sportklub 3 Slovenia
Solomon Islands – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Somalia – TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports Premium 2
South Africa – SuperSport Premier League, DStv App, ESPN Africa
South Sudan – TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports Premium 2, DStv Now
Spain – DAZN 2, DAZN, Movistar+
Sudan – TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, DStv Now, beIN Sports Premium 2
Swaziland – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Sweden – Viaplay Sweden, V Sport Premium
Switzerland – DAZN, sportdigital, Sport1 Extra
Syria – beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports Premium 2, TOD
Tajikistan – Setanta Sports 1
Tanzania – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Togo – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Tonga – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Tunisia – TOD, beIN Sports Premium 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Turkey – beIN CONNECT Turkey, beIN Sports 2 Turkey
Turkmenistan – Setanta Sports 1
Tuvalu – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Uganda – ESPN Africa, DStv Now
Ukraine – Setanta Sports+
United Arab Emirates – beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports Premium 2, TOD
United Kingdom – SKY GO Extra, TalkSport Radio UK, Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Ultra HD
United States – ESPN+
Uruguay – Star+
Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports 1
Vanuatu – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
Venezuela – Star+
Western Sahara – ESPN Africa
Yemen – TOD, beIN Sports Premium 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Zambia – ESPN Africa
Zimbabwe – DStv Now, ESPN Africa

Overseas supporters in ‘dark markets’ – countries without an EFL broadcast deal – can watch the 7.45pm kick-off LIVE with an International Match Pass for £5! CLICK HERE for more info.

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Madrid tries to forget Mbappé, focus on Champions League – The Zimbabwe Mail

Real Madrid’s goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 2nd left trains during a Media Opining day training session in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, May 24, 2022. Real Madrid will play Liverpool in Saturday’s Champions League soccer final in Paris. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)

MADRID (AP) — Real Madrid wants to quickly forget about Kylian Mbappé and turn its focus back on the Champions League final against Liverpool.

Four days before the final in suburban Paris, Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti and his players tried their best to avoid talking about the France forward and his decision to stay with Paris Saint-Germain.

Mbappé made the surprising announcement on Saturday, dealing a major blow to Madrid and its fans, who were certain he would be playing in the Spanish capital next season.

“It’s very clear for us that we have to think about our own things,” Ancelotti said Tuesday. “We’ve never talked about players from other squads. We respect everyone, every decision, every club. We have to do our own job. It’s very clear and obvious what we have to think about, which is to prepare for the final.”

Madrid as a club had not made any comments about Mbappé’s decision, although some players were quick to post messages praising the club and saying it was a honor to wear its jersey.

Mbappé had said last year he wanted to join Madrid but PSG turned down offers of nearly 200 million euros ($214 million) for the player. The France forward was widely expected to complete a move to Madrid after becoming a free agent at the end of this season, but instead opted to sign a three-year contract with PSG.

“I’ve never talked about players who are not playing for Real Madrid, and I will never talk about players who are not playing for Real Madrid,” Ancelotti said.

Mbappé’s decision to reject Madrid was the most talked-about subject in Spain in recent days, leaving the Champions League final to the side.

Madrid will be trying to win a record-extending 14th European title on Saturday at Stade de France in its fifth Champions League final in eight seasons.

Madrid won its 10th European Cup eight years ago with Ancelotti as coach, then clinched three straight titles from 2016-18 with Zinedine Zidane at the helm. Madrid defeated Liverpool in the 2018 final in Kyiv.

“There was a lot more pressure then (in 2014). It had been several years since Madrid had won the Champions League. It was almost an obsession for everyone,” Ancelotti said. “Now Madrid fans are motivated, but not so much obsessed about it, and I think that can give us an advantage.”

Ancelotti, who can become the first coach to win four Champions League titles, will have Madrid at full strength on Saturday. He said veteran left back Marcelo has a small issue but should recover in time for the final. Central defender David Alaba, who missed several matches because of a muscle injury, is ready to play in the final.

“The starting lineup is not really a problem, to be honest,” Ancelotti said. “It’s not a match for only 11 players. And those who have entered off the bench have done well to help us so far. Everything has gone well for us so far.”

Madrid reached the final after comebacks against PSG in the round of 16, Chelsea in the quarterfinals and Manchester City in the semifinals.

“I hope this time it’s Liverpool trying to rally against us,” Ancelotti said. “It will be an entertaining final, very even.”


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4-H Zimbabwe Launches Sports For Peace Initiative –

A local organization, 4-H Zimbabwe Foundation , will tomorrow host a multi-party youth sport event aimed at promoting  peace , tolerance and social cohesion amongst youth from different political and social affiliations.

The event which will be held at Belvedere Teacher’s College, will draw participants from political parties such as NCA, FEEZ, CCC , ZANU PF , MDC-T, LEAD and youth civil society organizations.

4-H Zimbabwe National Director, John Muchenje said they are seeking to use sport as a tool to promote peace and tolerance amongst youths from different political parties in the country.

“What we want to achieve is to contribute and promote inter cultural dialogue , to ensure a peaceful environment pre, during and post elections,”Muchenje said

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The organization has been on a deliberate drive to promote a peaceful electoral environment through training youth as embassadors for peace and multi political peace dialogues among other nation building initiatives.

“We also want to identify best practices and lessons learnt through sport and how it builds bridges between individuals across communities and how it helps to attain development and peace objectives,” Muchenje added.

He noted that youth are the embodiment of national unity hence they need to work together and shun all forms violence, especially politically motivated, which is rife towards elections.

Zimbabwe will go for the general elections next year but under a heavy cloud as political violence reigned supreme during the March 26 by-elections.

Muchenje said it is such unfortunate events that they have resorted to target young people, who in most cases, are used to perpetuate violence on behalf of politicians.


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Crocker, 4 Canadians and amateur qualify for U.S. Open – North Shore News

DALLAS (AP) — Sean Crocker found form at just the right time and qualified for his first U.S. Open, among 13 players in Dallas and three in Japan who earned spots at The Country Club next month.

The 36-hole qualifiers were the first of 11 that will fill the field for the U.S. Open, to be played June 16-19 outside Boston.

Crocker, born in Zimbabwe and raised in California through his college years at USC, had gone nine straight tournaments on the European tour without making a cut until a tie for seventh in Belgium last week. He flew to Texas and delivered rounds of 64 at Royal Oaks and 67 at Lakewood Country Club.

He was joined at 11-under par by Kurt Kitayama, Matthew NeSmith and Jinchiro Kozuma, who missed the cut at the PGA Championship and stayed in the region for the U.S. Open qualifier.

Mackenzie Hughes was among four Canadians who qualified in Dallas. Travis Vick, who plays at Texas and reached the semifinals of the U.S. Amateur last summer, was the lone amateur to qualify. Dallas was one of the larger fields because of the PGA Tour event at Colonial this week.

Graeme McDowell, who won the Open in 2010 at Pebble Beach, missed the 6-for-2 playoff in Dallas by one shot. Matt Kuchar also failed to qualify and is likely to miss the U.S. Open for the first time in 15 years.

Tomoyasu Sugiyama, Daijiro Izumida and Todd Sinnott of Australia were the three who qualified in Japan.

The other nine qualifiers will be June 6, the Monday before U.S. Open week.


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