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The first goal of the afternoon then came in the 51st minute when a low Jacob Butterfield cross caused panic in the Watford defence, with the ball falling to Wells who made no mistake in converting his 11th goal of the season.
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21/04/14 Yeovil 1-2 Huddersfield

A goalless half gave way to an exciting second 45 minutes at Huish Park and after Nahki Wells netted his seventh goal in Town colours,

For the first time on the afternoon, the game was getting stretched. Both sides had moments, but the biggest came in the 69th minute when Town took the lead. 
From a Yeovil attack, Town broke down the right through Adam Hammill. The winger drove straight at home skipper Jamie McAllister before delivering a powerful low cross into the area, where goal-poacher Nahki Wells was in the right place to bundle home despite the close attendance of Duffy.


Town begin the Easter weekend with a point Nahki Wells had given Town the lead in two of the Terriers’ last three Sky Bet Championship and although he didn’t against Brighton, he had a big hand in the home side’s opener in the sixth minute. The Bermudian earned a free-kick off Keith Andrews 20 yards from Tomasz Kuszczak’s goal and from it, Oliver Norwood stepped up to fire home his sixth goal of the season with a low drive. ….In the 49th minute, Wells turned the ball over the bar with his back to goal as Town made a decent start to the second 45 . … At the other end, Wells was doing his best to occupy two Brighton central defenders and did well ten minutes from time when he turned Dunk and stung the hands of Kuszczak with a fierce drive 


  • Nine man Town lose at promotion hopefuls. It was a sorry afternoon for the nine Huddersfield Town players who walked off the pitch after losing 3-1 to Derby County….
  • Nahki Wells scores with just four minutes gone in the first half giving Huddersfield Town the early lead vs Reading The match ended in a 1-1 draw.

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