- The City Ground
- Huddersfield have lost 12 of their 20 away league fixtures
- Nottingham Forest have won two of their last three games
- 12 of Nottingham Forest’s last 13 games have featured under 2.5 goals
Forest can take advantage of wounded Huddersfield
Nottingham Forest have little to play for this season and their Championship record of 12-13-16 leaves plenty to be desired but the Reds should have enough firepower to overcome fragile Huddersfield Town.
The visiting Terriers lost their last away assignment 7-0 against highflyers Norwich City and, following defeat to Bournemouth last time out, they are without a win in their last five Championship affairs.
They will be looking over their shoulders at the relegation zone and could be nudged closer to the drop after defeat at the City Ground.
Forest are on a fairly solid run of form, having gone four games unbeaten with draws at Brentford and Bristol City and wins over Cardiff and QPR recently.
Huddersfield have won only three times on their travels in the league this term and punters should back a home win. In terms of a correct score, the Terriers have failed to score nine times away from home this season so 2-0 to Forest looks a good bet.