The Terriers had to battle through an FA Cup replay in midweek which could leave them a little short for this important league game. Huddersfield have slipped into the relegation zone as the defeats are stacking up for them. Bournemouth, on the other hand, have strung together a great run of form to climb their way to safety in the top half of the table.
Bournemouth 11/8, Huddersfield 2/1, Draw 11/5* (Betting Odds taken on February 5th, 2018 at 7:21 p.m.)
It is a five-match losing streak that the Terriers find themselves on at the moment in the top flight and during that run of matches, they have scored only the one goal. They are winless in eight games now in the Premier League (D3 L5) and they are really looking like relegation candidates at the moment. Nothing has been happening for them right now and they don’t have any home form either to rely upon either. They have produced a W4 D4 L5 record on home soil this term, but Huddersfield are winless in five at the John Smith’s Stadium now (D2 L3) and have netted just one goal in their last three league games there. The Terriers have recorded only eleven goals on home soil in the Premier League this season and they have shipped a total of 1.5 per game on average at the John Smiths. So they are going to be vulnerable as they haven’t taken a clean sheet in any of their last five league games. Their last two at home for them have gone over 2.5 goals and at Bet365 over 2.5 goals is at 5/4 odds. There is an increasing air of desperation about Huddersfield at the moment and a trend to watch for is that 73% of the goals they have netted at home have come in the first half of matches.
Bournemouth are really up and running well at the moment now as they have gone unbeaten in their last seven games now in the top flight, winning four of those. So it’s all positives for them now and they are looking for their third straight win too having beaten Chelsea and Stoke to climb ever closer to safety. They are on a three-match undefeated streak of league form too on the road with a W1 D2 record and during that run of away games, they produced that stunning 3-0 win at Chelsea. That leaves the Cherries W3 D4 L6 overall away from home this season and they have been leading at half time just once on their travels so far, so a half-time draw at bet365 is going to offer some value. The Cherries are currently on a seven-match scoring streak of form but have averaged less than a goal away from home this term. They have found the back of the net in each of their last three away games. So there has been a massive improvement from them the longer the season has gone on and Callum Wilson has been in nice form up front for them so is worth a look in the anytime goalscorer market. They will fancy their chances of bagging another good three points in this one.
Bournemouth were impressive 4-0 winners over the Terriers just back in November and they are unbeaten in four against Huddersfield now, winning three of them. The Cherries have scored at least two goals in each of their last three wins over Huddersfield too and four of the last five meetings have gone over 2.5 goals. Bournemouth have won two of their last three visits to Huddersfield as well in league competition (L1).
Bournemouth are the ones to back in this one as they are just running in nice form and the Terriers just are not producing anything of note at the moment. It may be worth having a flutter on both teams to score though, but for the away win to happen regardless.
8th February 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Red Devils were very poor in a loss at Tottenham in midweek as they just never competed in the match at all. They will be pretty happy to get back on home soil on the weekend where they have a winnable match ahead of them. The Terriers though because the first side this season to inflict an away defeat on Manchester United this season as they landed a 2-1 home win over the Red Devils. It would be massive for them if they could do the unlikely and best the Red Devils again.
Manchester United 1/7, Draw 7/1, Huddersfield 25/1* (Betting Odds taken on February 1st, 2018 at 00:51 a.m.)
Manchester United were really poor, probably the poorest they have been this season in a 2-0 loss out at Spurs. The lack of fight from them was pretty embarrassing. Still, they get back to a winnable home match you would imagine at Old Trafford on the weekend where they face Huddersfield. However, the Red Devils have only won one of their last three on home soil, having been held to draws against Burnley and Southampton, before landing a 3-0 win over Stoke in their last home fixture. Overall they still boast a great home record of W9 D2 L1 in the Premier League this season and they have only conceded the five goals. Manchester United to win to nil at Ladbrokes has big appeal for the game at 4/7. The Red Devils have averaged 2.25 goals per game this season at Old Trafford and have picked up a clean sheet in 75% of their games. They haven’t conceded in their last two there and in the correct score market, a Manchester United 2-0 is the shortest-priced option available. They have to be better than they were down at Wembley.
The Terriers suffered a 3-0 loss at home against Liverpool in midweek and that was their fourth straight defeat in the Premier League. The number of goals that they are conceding now is pretty alarming as they have shipped a total of twelve goals in their last four games and in response have managed just the one themselves. Huddersfield have failed to score in four of their last five Premier League games now. So they are struggling and relegation worries are very real at the moment. Away from home they are winless in three (D1 L2) and have not scored in either of their last two, those being losses at Leicester and Liverpool. In total, they have only managed the eight away goals all season and now they have conceded at an average rate of 2 goals per away game. They are really feeling the heay now and are winless in their last seven league matches home and away. The only positive you can look at is their shock 2-1 home victory over United back in October. But with eight away defeats under their belt, this season than a repeat performance of that stunning result looks unlikely to turn up on the weekend.
United have won three of their last four home games against Huddersfield (D1) so they have that positive going for them. Manchester United are actually unbeaten in fourteen games at Old Trafford against the Terriers. It was the Terriers who came out on top when the two met earlier in the season though but that is their only win in their last twelve against the Red Devils in all competitions now.
This should be pretty routine for Manchester United back on home soil as the away form of the Terriers isn’t there at the moment. They are unlikely to complete the double over United this season and Manchester United to win to nil looks a solid option.
2nd February 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
It’s not been a great week or so for Liverpool with a league loss and an FA Cup exit having been suffered. They will have to pick themselves up now for a visit to the John Smiths stadium on Tuesday night as they face Huddersfield. The Terriers will just be panicking a bit at the moment with a three-match losing streak in the league going. Liverpool are 3/10 at bet365 for the win, with the draw at 17/4 and Huddersfield at 17/2* (Betting Odds taken on January 28th, 2018 at 6:13 p.m.)
The Terriers have slipped to a three-match losing streak and that has left them winless in their last six games in the top flight overall now (D3 L3). So they are struggling and they have managed to record just the one goal in their last four league games as well so the chances of them getting on the scoresheet in this one isn’t high. They haven’t done too badly at home this season in the flight with a W4 D4 L4 record on the board but they are winless in four at the John Smith’s (D2 L2) now, sinking to a poor 4-1 home loss against West Ham last time out there. Huddersfield have tallied the eleven league goals on home soil this season so far and only 42% of their games at home have made it over 2.5 goals, so it may be worth looking under 2.5 goals at bet365. But it will be a big test for them to try and shut down the powerful Liverpool attack in the game. That having been said, The Terriers have conceded an average of 1.3 goals per game which is pretty solid at home. 73% of their goals at home this season have come in the first half of matches while they have conceded 62% of their home goals after the break in games. Their three most frequent scorelines at home this season (1-1, 1-0 and 0-0) suggests that they could at least keep the score down.
The Reds have just hit a little bit of dodgy form. They somehow managed to go out and lose against Swansea in their last league game, just a week after becoming the first side to beat Man City in the Premier League this season. Then there was that strange FA Cup exit at home to West Brom on the weekend. You would imagine that Jurgen Klopp is fuming at the moment. Overall this season Liverpool are W6 D3 L3 this season and they have scored 29 goals in their twelve road games, which is an average of 2.4 goals per game so they clearly have it in them. 67% of their away games have gone over 3.5 goals this season. They are without a clean sheet in any of their last three on the road though and none in their last four overall in the top flight. Clean sheets have been few and far between for them this season in the league and indeed 75% of all the goals that they have conceded this season have been away from home. The Reds have scored in 83% of their away games this season Mo Salah heads up the bet365 first goalscorer and anytime goalscorer markets. The Reds need to find some kind of response to their poor returns lately.
Liverpool have won three of their last four visits to Huddersfield, but of course, they have not been there for a while. Their last visit there was in the 1999 FA Cup when they won 2-0. The Reds are on a four-match winning streak over the Terriers and if you look at it and they have not conceded in their last six against them. The Reds ran out 3-0 winners when the two met back at the end of October in the top flight.
Liverpool have shown that they can blow hot and cold and after a couple of cold results, they are probably worth backing to go and get a win on the board. Huddersfield have hit a really rough patch at the moment and may not be able to hold out. Away win
29th January 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Potters have a new boss in Paul Lambert but that hasn’t stopped punters still backing them to go down. After a limp 3-0 at Manchester United on Monday, the Potters find themselves stuck in the relegation zone. This is a big game for them though against a Huddersfield side who are going into this with back to back defeats behind them. Stoke are even money at Betfair to take the win, with the draw at 23/10 and Huddersfield at 3/1* (Betting Odds taken on January 16th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.)
Stoke have to lift themselves away from danger after having lost their last three league games. They have actually lost six of their last eight league matches now (W1 D1) so it has been rough for them. Their defence has been a shocking mess all season and they have shipped nine unanswered goals in their last three games alone. But with them having failed to score in five of their last seven top-flight games there are problems up front. Lambert is known for his pragmatic style and will start to shore up the defence first and foremost, but it is hard to see where they are going to improve their attack. The Potters are W4 D2 L5 at home this season in the top flight and they have not kept a clean sheet in any of their last ten home fixtures. They have scored thirteen goals in their eleven home games which isn’t great, especially when 82% of their home games have gone over 2.5 goals. So it doesn’t say much about their defence and both teams to score at Betfair may well offer some decent value. Things aren’t likely to change overnight for them.
The Terriers are without a win in their last five games played in the top flight now and have lost their last two, going down heavily against both Leicester and West Ham. That’s seven goals they shipped in those two defeats. They are not in form away from home either with a W2 D2 L7 record on their travels this season and they haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their last eight road fixtures. So they are really having to dig at the moment and they have netted just the eight away goals this season away from the John Smith’s while they have conceded at a rate of over two goals per game. So that’s a big discrepancy which is working against them and they have netted just one goal in their last three played home and away. They have also scored in just two of their last ten away games. They have battling qualities in them but the quality to pull out wins in crucial situations like this may not be there. So a point out of this wouldn’t be a bad result for them. It would at least keep the Potters off their backs and keep a little cushion between themselves and the relegation zone.
There was a 1-1 draw between the two sides earlier in the season and that is the straight draws these two have played out. Before that meeting back on Boxing Day, their most recent games were in the 2001 Division 2. So there’s not really much recent form to look at between them.
Stoke should be able to make the most of the new-manager situation in this home game. The Terriers have been torn apart at the back in their last two games and the Potters look the good option to collect all three points in this one and drag Huddersfield down further into the survival scrap.
17th January 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Terriers will be looking for a positive response to their New Year’s Day drubbing at the hands of Leicester at the King Power. They have only lost one of their last home games in the top flight so they have been getting points. West Ham have pulled clear of the relegation zone with a good three-match unbeaten streak of form and this could be a pretty even contest. Huddersfield are 8/5 at Bet365 to win this with West Ham at 15/8 and the draw at 2/1* (Betting Odds were taken January 9th, 2018 at 9.51pm)
The Terriers are on a four-match winless streak (D3 L1) and have collected just the one win in their last six league outings. They have dug in pretty well on home soil through with a W1 D2 L1 record at home in their last four league games. Overall they are W4 D4 L3 at home this season with only Spurs, Man City and Chelsea having won there. Just 36% of their home games have gone over 2.5 goals so it is worth looking under 2.5 goals at Bet365 for a price of 6/4* (Betting Odds were taken January 10th, 2018 at 7.40pm). The Terriers have had their issues going forward and they have rustled up just the ten goals in their eleven home games, but defensively they have been pretty solid with just the twelve shipped in those eleven games. They have taken a clean sheet in 45% of their home games and 70% of their home goals have been scored in the first half of their games. They have actually opened the scoring in seven of their eleven home games in the top flight this season. Both teams not to score in this game is probably going to take some favouritism.
The Hammers have steadied the ship under David Moyes but they still have some relegation issues hanging over them. They are W3 D3 L1 in their last seven league games which is pretty good but they haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their last three which suggests that they will be vulnerable. The Hammers have just the two clean sheets out on their travels this season. The Irons have drawn their last two away games, being held at Bournemouth and then turning out a 90-minute defensive display to hold out in a 1-1 draw at Spurs. That leaves them with just the one away win for the season in a W1 D5 L6 record. They have scored at least one goal in each of their last four away games, but have only netted 13 goals in their 12 away games this season. They have conceded an average of over two goals per game on the road. In the bet365 correct score market the 1-1 draw is an 11/2 option* (Betting Odds were taken January 10th, 2018 at 7.40pm) the same a 0-0. Only Southampton, West Brom and Stoke have collected fewer away points this season than West Ham have done. A win will put them above the Terriers in the table by a point.
The Terriers are on a three-match winning streak at home against the Hammers but they did lose 2-0 away to them this season in what was the first ever Premier League match up. In the last seven contests between the two clubs, both teams have scored in just one of those games. Even though you are looking back to the early seventies, Huddersfield are unbeaten in four at home against the Irons.
The draw will have appeal in this one because the Terriers should be able to put a decent fight in this one on home soil. West Ham still aren’t totally convincing, certainly not out on the road, so settle for a share of the spoils.
11th January 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Leicester have lost a little of their home momentum as they are winless in their last two there and overall have had a bit of a difficult time from mid-December. They need to get the King Power rocking again but they face a Huddersfield side who have managed to avoid defeat in their last two away games and have a bit of confidence going. Leicester are 8/13 to pick up the home victory with the draw at 14/5 and the Terriers coming in at a big 9/2 price.
The Foxes have lost one and drawn one of their last two on home soil going into this one. Overall they are W4 D2 L4 for the season at the King Power, so they are just about average and nothing more. They have scored at a rate of 1.3 goals per game on average at home in the top flight and they will probably fancy their chances in this one against the low-scoring Terriers. Leicester are 8/15 at William Hill to win to nil in this one. There is a bit of a trend to back that up as three of Leicester’s four home wins this season have all been with a clean sheet. Those are the only three clean sheets that they have picked up on home soil though. They do appear to be strong starters to games and 62% of their home goals have occurred in the first half of matches. Jamie Vardy is their top scorer on home soil with five goals and he is the 3/1 first goalscorer favourite for the fixture. The Foxes are 6/1 in the William Hill correct score market to win this 1-0 while a repeat 1-1 scoreline from earlier this season between them is there at 7/1.
Under 2.5 goals at William Hill is a price of 4/5 and that will be based on the lack of scoring that the Terriers have done on their travels this season. There were on a six match losing streak away from home without a single goal in that sequence before pulling themselves together to snap the streak with a 4-1 win at Watford in the middle of December. They followed that up with a draw at Southampton in their following away game so are unbeaten in their last two on the road. You get a lot of fight and spirit from David Wagner’s men but they will always be a little vulnerable because they have no clean sheet in their last seven games away from home in the top flight. Overall their record on the road this season is W2 D2 L6 and they have totalled just the eight goals while they have conceded at a rate of two goals per game. 75% of their goals conceded out on the road have all come in the second half of matches so that suggests that they have trouble hanging on for the full 90 minutes in games. Laurent Depoitre and Steve Mounie go as 3/1 anytime goalscorer options for them. The Terriers have managed to open the scoring in just two of their away games this season.
The Foxes have won three of their last four on home soil against the Terriers now so have to be a bit of value in this one. There was a 1-1 draw between them earlier in the season, but the Foxes are unbeaten in their last five league fixtures against the Terriers (W4D1). They are actually on a six match winning streak at home against Huddersfield in the league.
Leicester have to be value here to get back to winning ways on home soil. Their big downfall has been their defence but they should reasonably be able to hold Huddersfield at bay long enough to get three points on the board.
31st December 2017 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Terries keep collecting points and therefore are doing their chances of survival the power of good. They earned a draw against Stoke on Tuesday to make it three games without defeat for their current form. Burnley so nearly collected a win at Old Trafford on Boxing Day, denied by an injury time equaliser. However, it kept their good season intact and they won’t be a pushover. Huddersfield are 13/10 to pick up the win with the draw at 11/5 and Burnley 2/1 for the away win.
The Terriers are holding themselves well lately as they have gone W2 D2 L1 in their last five league games, the only loss there happening against Chelsea. They have drawn their last two games back to back and both were 1-1 draws against Southampton and Stoke. In the William Hill correct score market a 1-1 draw should be a decent option for this one as it doesn’t look as if it is going to be a high scoring affair really. Huddersfield have done alright at home this season in the top flight, posting a W4 D3 L3 record for the term and their defeats have been against Spurs, Man City and Chelsea. Huddersfield haven’t been a free-scoring side, of course, this term but they have averaged a goal per game at home this season and have only failed to score in two of their ten home fixtures. They have four clean sheets in ten home games and three of their four home wins were to nil. Huddersfield to win to nil may be worth a little consideration for the game. They have scored in each of their last five league games so have a bit of momentum there.
Burnley were denied a win at Old Trafford on Boxing Day through an injury-time equaliser by the Red Devils. That has left them with a D2 L1 record in their last three. They are still in the top seven and enjoying a hugely successful season but they won’t want their winless streak to slide any further. They are winless in three on their travels as well and have failed to score in two of those three. They have a lot of energy, they defend with their lives and they can get themselves into this fixture. Overall away from Turf Moor this season Burnley are W4 D4 L2 for the season. The Clarets have averaged just over a goal per game this season away from home and they have failed to score in three of their ten road games. They also have three clean sheets in their ten away games. Under 2.5 goals at William Hill has to be eyed up for the game. 73% of the goals that Burnley have now conceded away from home have been in the second half of matches. Chris Wood goes as the anytime goalscorer favourite for them at a quote of 5/2. Can they give themselves a boost of a win?
There was a 0-0 draw between them when they met at Turf Moor back in September, which wasn’t a huge surprise to anyone really. Burnley are up in the most recent head to head against Huddersfield though, holding a W3 D1 L1 record against the Terriers. The Terriers though have won two of their last three home games against the Clarets (L1).
This should be a pretty tight and competitive match up and the draw in the match right has the most appeal. Huddersfield are grinding out points lately and Burnley are playing well enough to not get beaten in the away fixture. It may well end with a share of the spoils.
28th December 2017 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Terriers have not done too badly at home this season in the top flight and their only home defeats have come again current top four sides at the John Smith’s Stadium. This is a big game for them to collect some more points as they play host to a struggling Stoke who have produced poorly on their travels this season. Huddersfield are 6/4 to pick up the home win at Paddy Power with Stoke at 7/4 and the draw at 9/4.
The Terriers have produced a W4 D2 L3 record at home this season which isn’t bad at all for a newly promoted side. They have gone W3 L2 in their last five there, the defeats coming against Man City and Chelsea, so there’s really nothing too wrong with their form at the moment. The Terriers have mustered up the nine goals in their nine home games so far this season and defensively they have stuck in there averaging just a goal per game against, and considering they have hosted Spurs, Man City and Chelsea, that’s not bad. Huddersfield to win to nil in this one may be a decent option. Three of their four home wins this season have been to nil so there is a trend there. The Terriers have taken a clean sheet in 44% of their home games and they look as if they could hold a struggling Stoke at bay.
The Potters are struggling badly and are looking more and more like relegation candidates with every passing week. There are no easy games for them at the moment and they are on a three match losing streak out on the road as well. They hold just a W1 D2 L6 record on their travels this season and their only success was out at Watford back in October. They have been a defensive mess by and large it has to be said and they have conceded 2.3 goals on average in their away games this season while picking up just the one clean sheet. Four of their six away defeats though have only been by a one goal margin. 67% of their goals conceded on the road have been in the second half of matches and the Potters have scored in 78% of their away games but they have still managed to lose 67% of their away games.
The last time that these two were together was in the 2001/02 Division 2 season. There are two draws between them that season. If it counts for anything, the Terriers are unbeaten in their last five games against the Potters.
The Terriers are worth a flutter to get the win on the board in this one at home and it will probably be a low scoring game as well. Stoke have been really poor on their travels and may go home empty handed again from this trip.
24th December 2017 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Saints continue to struggle and they have now gone winless in their last five league matches now after a loss against Chelsea on the weekend. Their lack of goals is severely hampering any progress that they could be enjoying and they face a Huddersfield side who are three points above them in the table. The Terriers gave themselves a massive boost last weekend with a huge win at Watford. Can they do the same at St Marys? Southampton are 11/20 to make the win, with the draw at 11/4 and Huddersfield area 5/1 to pick up an away win.
The Saints have managed only the one win in their last nine league games now and just can’t get any momentum going. They go into this game on the back to defeats against Leicester and Chelsea and at home, they are just W1 D1 L2 in their last four at St Mary’s. Only once in their last ten games have Southampton managed more than one goal in a game. Under 2.5 goals at BetVictor has to have big appeal for this fixture. Southampton are W3 D3 L3 at home this season so far and they have been losing at half time in four of their ten home fixtures, winning at the break in just two of them. The Saints have produced twelve goals in ten home games and only 40% of their home games have gone over 2.5 goals. They have opened the scoring in just 6 of their 18 games this season. Charlie Austin has at least been showing a bit of form from them and he is a price of 11/10 in the anytime goalscorer market for the game. Both teams not to score at BetVictor looks the most reasonable way to swing in this one.
The Terriers have picked up a couple of wins in their last three league games, beating Brighton at home and then landing a big 4-1 away win at Watford last weekend, which few would have seen coming. That was a big three points for them and a big away result because it snapped a five match losing streak and a seven match winless streak that they were on away from home. They have failed to score in their seven previous away games before that big win at Vicarage Road. It means that the Terriers have scored in each of their last three league games now for the first time this season. So their overall away form isn’t great by any standards and they have only netted the seven goals on their travels, while they have conceded an average of over two goals per game on the road as well, but those recent positives actually makes them a decent proposition to get something out of this game. Laurent Depoitre is their top scorer this season and he is an 11/4 anytime goalscorer option for them. A Huddersfield-Draw Double Chance at BetVictor isn’t without its appeal.
There was something of a predictable 0-0 draw earlier in the season between the two of these and things are even between these in the last five meetings with two wins each and a draw. Granted this season’s Premier League meeting was the first time that they had met since the 2010/11 League One season. Four of the last five meetings though have ended in a home win.
Huddersfield may be worth a little flutter on a double chance in this one. Recent wins over Brighton and Watford will have given them confidence, whereas the Saints just can find that winning touch through a lack of clinical finishing and they may struggle to break down the Terriers.
20th December 2017 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Watford fans will be really frustrated watching their side lately as the Hornets have slipped to just one point in their last four games. They threw away three points at Crystal Palace in midweek and really need to start finding some winning consistency from somewhere. Huddersfield were blown away by Chelsea in midweek to suffer their fifth defeat in their last six games and with the Terriers struggling for goals, this could be Watford’s time to sting them. Watford are 7/10 to take the victory, with the draw at 11/4 and Huddersfield at 15/4.
The Hornets suffered a loss against Crystal Palace in midweek to make it just the one point from them in their last four outings. Looking back a little further the Hornets have lost six of their last nine (W2 D1) so their strong start has really passed them by. They have only picked up the two wins this season on home soil in the top flight where they have a W3 D3 L3 record and have won just one of their last four there, a 2-0 victory over West Ham. The Hornets, in general, have been scoring pretty well this season and there is 6/1 odds on a Watford 1-0 correct score at Paddy Power turning up. They are 15/2 to win 2-0. They do badly need to get some kind of consistency going and this should be a good chance for them to that. They have collected a clean sheet in 25% of their home games and it’s worth considering them to win to nil in the fixture. The Hornets have conceded at an average of two goals per game at Vicarage Road but shouldn’t be troubled too much by Huddersfield limited attack. This has to be a good chance for them to get a win on the board and they have scored in each of their last three on home soil. Troy Deeney, Andre Gray and Richarlison are the joint 6/4 anytime goalscorer favourites.
The Terriers suffered a heavy home defeat against Chelsea in midweek and again looked pretty toothless in front of goal. They have posted a W1 L5 record since their last six games and they have scored just the four goals in that sequence as well. They are still stuck on just the one away win all season and that happened in their first road game of the term when they visited Crystal Palace. They have lost their last five away from the John Smith’s Stadium and they have failed to score in any of their last seven out on the road as well. They have the third worst away record in the top flight going this season. Huddersfield have shipped eighteen away goals at an average of 2.25 per game on their travels, but they could be value to hang around for a half time draw with Paddy Power as 78% of their away goal shave been conceded in the second half of matches. The Terriers have also conceded at least two goals in each of their last five away games as well and will be vulnerable in this one. Both teams not to score has to be a decent banker for the weekend at a price of 4/5. They badly need improvement up top from somewhere.
Back in the 2014/15 Championship season was when these two last met each other. They traded home wins that season and the season before, they traded away wins. From the last six meetings, Watford are W4 L2 against the Terriers and all six of those fixtures, all in the Championship went over 2.5 goals, five of them going over three.
The lack of form from the Terriers can hand the unpredictable Watford a win in this one. The Hornets look as if they really need a good result to get themselves going again. They can claim a win to nil in this one.
15th December 2017 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting