Date: 30th March 2013 at 3:55pm
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The International break saw Huddersfield Town players Jermaine Beckford & Theo Robinson feature twice for Jamaica in their World Cup qualifying games, a draw against Panama and defeat to Costa Rica.

Beckford was winning his first International caps in the games, and was replaced by Theo Robinson in both matches as he notched up his second and third caps.

Beckford, who fractured a knuckle, on his Jamaica debut was still passed fit enough to start against Costa Rica with a splint on his hand and has returned to Huddersfield with more minuted under his belt after a return from a lengthy lay off.

Both Joel Lynch and Oliver Norwood were both unused substitutes in Wales and Northern Ireland defeats.

Murray Wallace also returned from Scotland U-21 duty and all are expected to be in contention for the Hull City game live on Sky.

Many speculate that Jermaine Beckford could be set for a starting place to partner James Vaughan up front against Hull City, with Oliver Norwood likely to make space for the freshly capped Jamiaca striker.

Lynch & Wallace will fight it out for a place on the bench and they will likely be joined by Robinson & Norwood as Huddersfield Town search for back to back victories to push further way from danger in the Championship table.