Huddersfield’s Chris Lowe suffers injury vs West Ham

Huddersfield’s Chris Lowe suffers injury vs West Ham

Huddersfield 1 West Ham 1

Huddersfield have had a rough start to the 2018/19 season.

Before this week, Huddersfield had won just one league game in 10 matches and had scored just four goals.

However, Huddersfield have finally started to put some points on the board this week.

Huddersfield beat newly-promoted Fulham 1-0 on Monday and that form appears to have carried into the game with West Ham.

Heading into the game with Huddersfield, West Ham were 13th in the table and had beat Burnley 4-2 in their last league game.

The game would start off well for Huddersfield as Alex Pritchard put them 1-0 up inside six minutes.

Before Pritchard, the last Huddersfield player to score at home for them was Tom Ince back in April vs Watford.

Meaning, Huddersfield had not scored at home in 726 minutes.

However, West Ham would equalise late in the game through Felipe Anderson and the game would remain 1-1.

HUDDERSFIELD, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 10: Alex Pritchard of Huddersfield Town celebrates after scoring his team’s first goal with his team mates during the Premier League match between Huddersfield Town and West Ham United at the John Smith’s Stadium on November 10, 2018 in Huddersfield, United Kingdom. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

Chris Lowe’s injury

As well as giving up a 1-0 lead, Huddersfield suffered a big injury blow vs West Ham.

Chris Lowe would have to be stretchered off in the first half for Huddersfield and looked to be in serious pain with a potential shoulder injury.

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November 10, 2018 at 09:34AM


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