Premier League updates as Terriers take on Cherries

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Huddersfield moved out of the Premier League relegation zone by beating Bournemouth 4-1 on Sunday to end a run of five straight losses in style.

A late penalty from Rajiv van la Parra put the icing on a big victory for the Terriers after Pritchard was brought down in the box.

Mooy played a role in both goals, delivering the free kick Mounie met with a downward header past Asmir Begovic and then offering the square ball the Beninese striker wrong-footed past the goalkeeper.

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"It's been such an unpredictable league this season with so many twists and turns".

Huddersfield's only victory in their last 11 games against Bournemouth was by 5-1 in the Championship in August 2013.

"It was our idea to press the opponent high up the pitch and win the ball".

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While Bournemouth look relatively safe after recent wins against Arsenal and Chelsea in a seven-match unbeaten streak, manager Eddie Howe knows they can not afford any loss of form.

"We should look as hungry, if not hungrier than them - that's no excuse for us". They showed their quality in the first game (against us) and have shown consistency over the years with a good manager in Eddie Howe.

Midfielder Pritchard, a £14m January signing from Norwich, collected Mounie's cut-back to sweep in his first goal for Huddersfield after just seven minutes.

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Bournemouth become the seventh team that Huddersfield have beaten in all four tiers of English league football.

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