Everton defender Shane Duffy continued his comeback from a life-threatening accident by helping the reserves draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Duffy, 18, needed an emergency operation in May after severing an artery near his liver following a freak collision in a Republic of Ireland training session.
Round said: "Shane had a horrendous injury at the end of last season. It was touch and go whether he actually died. It was very, very close.
"He played for the reserves last night and came through it very well. We are very pleased with his progress but he is not quite ready yet for the first-team squad. Hopefully over time he will come through."
Huddersfield manager Lee Clark is looking forward to his first meeting with Premier League opposition as a manager with the pledge: "We will be determined, show desire and have good organisation."
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