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Huddersfield will be frustrated at their failure to secure all three points after leading the game for so long. But West Ham were rewarded for an improved second half display and I imagine will be content with an away point.
Aaron Mooy's corner is cleared and the final whistle goes. It ends all square.
Huddersfield pushing desperately for an equaliser as Aaron Cresswell puts it behind for a corner....
Philip Billing his an effort from fully 40 yards, but he doesn't get hold of it and the ball scuffs out for a goal kick.
Three minutes to be added on. Enough for a late winner?
Late change for Huddersfield as Laurent Depoitre comes on for Steve Mounie.
Felipe Anderson chases a long pass down the left but Mathias Jorgensen clears for a throw. A few seconds later Anderson crosses into the box but Jonas Lossl claims.
Both teams looking a little leggy as we enter the closing stages - can either side find a winner?
Fredericks is ok to continue, West Ham back to 11.
Ryan Fredericks is down injured for West Ham but as he is lying off the pitch the match can continue. West Ham momentarily down to 10 men.
Erik Durm nearly wins it for Huddersfield! He drills an effort from distance inches wide of Lukasz Fabianski's right hand post!
The home crowd are desperately trying to rouse the Huddersfield players as West Ham have been well on top for the past few minutes. Michail Antonio has another effort towards goal but it's even worse than his earlier shot and the ball goes well over.
Chance! Issa Diop meets a West Ham corner at the near post but his header is cleared off the line by Aaron Mooy!Copyright: Getty Images
Former England midfielder on Final Score
The goal was coming. You could see from the first five minutes, Huddersfield have dropped deeper and deeper.
Huddersfield have got five-six players in the box and Felipe Anderson still finds the top corner.Copyright: Reuters
West Ham get the equaliser - eventually! Robert Snodgrass's cross is played into the path of Javier Hernandez by Marko Arnautovic, but his effort is blocked by Jonas Lossl. Michail Antonio then fires the rebound into a crowd of players but the ball falls to Felipe Anderson who hits the ball high into the roof of the net!
Now it's West Ham's turn to make a change as they bring on Ryan Fredericks for Pablo Zabaleta.
There's a warm round of applause for goalscorer Alex Pritchard as he makes way for Isaac Mbenza.
Michail Antonio has a sight of goal on the edge of the box but his effort is way over the bar.