The Terriers picked up an excellent win last weekend away at Nottingham Forest but their overall form has been poor and they’d lost their previous 4 games in all competitions. David Wagner’s men have a 9 point cushion on the bottom 3 but could do with a few more wins to ensure they will remain in this division for another season.
Wolves are in no danger of going down but nor do they look to have any chance of threatening the play-offs so it has to be considered a disappointing season for the men from Molineux. They are winless in 5 matches but are still a tough side to beat and 3 of their last 4 have been draws. If anything they are stronger on the road and they are unbeaten in 4 away league games.
Reason for Betting Tips
That unbeaten run on the road for Wolves coupled with the fact that Huddersfield have only won 1 of the last 4 at home makes it hard to understand why the Terriers are odds on to win this. At 10/11 there is surely value to be found in backing the visitors to come away with at least point. However Wolves’ tendency to draw games rather than win them suggests it may only be a point.
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Huddersfield had won 3 matches in a row against Wolves but have been convincingly beaten in the last two. Wolves won 4-1 on their last visit here and were 3-0 winners when the sides met earlier in the season.
The Terriers have been involved in four 1-1 draws at home this season, 26.7% of their fixtures. Both teams have scored in 60% of their matches and 58% of those involving Wolves.
Huddersfield: Jamie Paterson is back in contention having been ineligible to face his parent club last weekend but otherwise Wagner is likely to name a similar team to the one that won at Forest.
Wolves: Kenny Jackett has defender Cortney Hause available for the first time since October after he has finally recovered from a severe hamstring injury.
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