Kick-off: 1500, 01/12/2018
Stadium: John Smith’s Stadium
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What Trueform says for Huddersfield vs Brighton
Huddersfield earned us a 13/2 pay-out when prevailing at Wolves last time out and it looks worth playing up those winnings when they entertain Brighton.
Albion have lost on their last two visits to John Smith’s Stadium and are struggling on the road again in the Premier League this term.
Punters can get 29/20 for the Terriers to come out on top and that is rated a rock-solid Huddersfield vs Brighton prediction.
A Look At Huddersfield Town’s Betting Odds
Huddersfield hit form before the international break when beating Fulham and then drawing with West Ham, so the 2-0 success at Molineux did not come as a surprise to us.
Aaron Mooy hogged the headlines versus Wolves with a double strike, while a well-organised Town side worked hard to shut down the space in midfield.
David Wagner has been buoyed by the good run of results, stating: “To produce these consistent performances gives me all the hope and confidence for the next games.
“We have always said don’t be focused on the table, be focused on performances – because if we perform at a high level and consistently, the results will come.”
The Terriers have benefited from some bright starts of late, so 3/1 they lead at half-time and full-time takes the eye from the Huddersfield vs Brighton odds.
Last Huddersfield line-up: Lossl, Smith, Kongolo, Schindler, Hadergjonaj, Durm, Hogg, Billing, Mooy, Pritchard, Mounie.
Huddersfield defender Mathias Jorgensen could return to the starting line-up following a one-match ban. Terence Kongolo is doubtful due to a leg knock and striker Laurent Depoitre is struggling with a groin problem.
A Look At Brighton and Hove Albion’s Betting Odds
Brighton avoided a third straight Premier League loss when drawing 1-1 at home to Leicester, but will have wanted more from that match after going ahead through Glenn Murray and then seeing James Maddison dismissed on 28 minutes.
However, Jamie Vardy came off the bench to earn the Foxes a point from the penalty spot after Kelechi Iheanacho had been tripped by Beram Kayal.
Seagulls boss Chris Hughton admitted he was disheartened by his team’s inability to seal three points.
He said: “I’m hugely disappointed. You know when you play against a team of 10 men, they are going to play a certain way.
“You have either not got to concede, or you have to take advantage of it. Unless you do that, there is always a chance the opposition will get back in.”
Albion had previously lost at Cardiff and Everton, which made it five defeats in seven away games.
One plus point is that only Manchester City have kept a clean sheet against the Seagulls in their last 10 matches.
But we’re still going with a home win and both teams to score at 5/1 for our Huddersfield vs Brighton betting tips.
Last Brighton line-up: Ryan, Bruno, Duffy, Dunk, Bernardo, Kayal, Knockaert, Gross, Propper, Murray, Izquierdo.
Alireza Jahanbakhsh is still sidelined for Brighton with hamstring trouble. Midfielder Dale Stephens is suspended, but the Seagulls have no new concerns and a relatively injury-free squad.
Wolves 0-2 HUDDERSFIELD – Aaron Mooy (2)
BRIGHTON 1-1 Leicester – Glenn Murray
Head-to-head: Brighton 1-1 Huddersfield, Huddersfield 2-0 Brighton, Huddersfield 3-1 Brighton, Brighton 1-0 Huddersfield
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