Huddersfield v Fulham Championship Prediction & Betting Tips – 22nd April 201719th April 2017 / lee
Huddersfield v Fulham Championship, 22nd April 3.00pm
Huddersfield, after conceding late in a draw at Derby in midweek, have lost the third spot to Reading in the Championship, but the Terriers do have a game in hand still. So they are still in with a shot at finishing third and a win in this one could secure a playoff spot. Fulham though have put together some good form and jumped into sixth spot at the expense of Leeds in midweek. Can they hang in there? Huddersfield are 11/8 for the win, with the draw at 12/5 and Fulham at 19/10.
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Huddersfield v Fulham Betting Tips
The Terriers conceded a late goal out at Derby in midweek, which saw Reading jump above them into third place. But they have a game in hand over the Royals and will want to press on to make the most of their penultimate home game. Huddersfield have won their last two home games in the league, scoring three goals in wins over Norwich and Preston and at home this season they have gone W15 D2 L4 at home so have been a very strong home side. Two of those home defeats though have happened in their last five home games (W3 L2). The Terriers are the lowest scoring side in the top eight so you can expect this to be a low-scoring affair and under 2.5 goals at Bet365 is a quote of 11/10. Earlier this season the Terriers lost 5-0 out at Craven Cottage against the Cottagers and have only gone D2 L2 in their last four at home against them. So this is probably going to be a tight battle. A 1-1 correct score at Bet365 is a price of 11/2.
It’s been a good run from Fulham to battle their way into the top six. They have won four of their last five games in the Championship (L1). They have been in great form out on the road as well with a W4 D1 L1 record in their last six. They have won their last two away games in the league in beating Rotherham and Norwich. Each of their last three league games (home and away) the Cottagers have won 3-1. That’s a big 20/1 price in the Bet365 correct score market. Overall this season Fulham have gone W10 D6 L5 on the road in the second tier. It is now just a matter of hanging in there and keeping Leeds (who are level on points with them) off their backs in their play off push. They have won two of their last three at Huddersfield so have a little bit of form there as well. In the Bet365 anytime goalscorer market, Elias Kachunga and Nahki Wells are 13/10 joint favourites, with Fulham’s Chris Martin and Collin Quaner at 6/4.
Who will win – Huddersfield v Fulham Predictions
Draw: Hard to pick a winner out of this one. Huddersfield are a good home side but Fulham have been playing very well out on the road in this one. There’s a good chance that the points will be shared in this one and a 1-1 correct score has some appeal.
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