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Birmingham vs Huddersfield Predictions

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Huddersfield

Both Teams To Score

20/23odds when tipped
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Draw 1-1

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Tip Reasoning

  • Both teams have scored in five of the last six Birmingham City home league games.
  • Both teams have scored in six of the last ten Huddersfield Town away league contests.
  • Six of the last ten head-to-head meetings between these clubs have finished 1-1 after 90 minutes.

Take Terriers to extend unbeaten run with another draw 

Huddersfield Town’s remarkable promotion push was aided by their midweek win over Cardiff, but they may be forced to settle for a point against Birmingham City on Saturday. The Terriers extended their unbeaten run to 16 on Wednesday with that 2-1 victory over the Bluebirds in dramatic fashion.

Carlos Corberan’s side were a goal down heading into the 88th minute when Josh Koroma equalised and the cheers around John Smith’s Stadium hadn’t subsided before Jonathan Russell found their winner. Cardiff felt a draw would have been a fairer result, particularly as they had produced the greater xG figure across the game, and we can’t get away from the fact that Town are a team who seem to match their level of performance to their opponents.

Huddersfield have drawn seven of their last 14 league games and won only one contest by a margin greater than a single goal since October. The odds on a draw at St Andrew’s look very appealing – especially given this is a fixture that has finished all square after 90 minutes in seven of its last ten editions, including each of the last two.

Backing both teams to score could be the best bet

In fact, six of the last ten head-to-head meetings between these clubs have finished 1-1, which makes that a standout option in correct score markets. But our main selection for Saturday’s game is going to be for both teams to score.

Both teams have scored in five of the last six Birmingham City home league games and again in six of the last ten Huddersfield Town away league contests. Birmingham have won five, drawn two and lost three of their last ten at home, so could maybe spring a surprise if the Terriers cannot call on their late powers of recovery again.

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