This meeting highlights contrasting ambitions, with Huddersfield searching for that final ingredient to guarantee promotion and Stevenage fighting to end their poor run.
After a draw-ridden start to their campaign, the Terriers are starting to win on a more regular basis while protecting their 36-game unbeaten run in the league.
This improvement reduces the chance of Stevenage holding out for a draw at 3/1, while the away side’s run of three league defeats in a row suggests a win for Graham Westley’s men at 17/5 is out of the question.
Indeed, the Terriers ran riot at Brentford last Saturday and Stevenage are in real danger of having their defensive frailties exposed as well.
Huddersfield are 7/10 to beat Westley’s stuttering side and continue their surge to the summit.
Although Huddersfield and Stevenage were overpowered by League Two minnows in midweek, the Terriers will welcome back their entire first team midfield for this contest.
Manager Lee Clark rested his key players on Tuesday in order to build on last week’s excellent display at Griffin Park.
This revitalising time-out may provide Huddersfield with the energy they need to record back-to-back domestic demolitions.
An overall goal count which exceeds 3.5 is available at 33/20, though admittedly Huddersfield must weigh in with the majority.
Crucially, the Terriers are well equipped to hand out a ruthless lesson in flowing football on Saturday.
Very wide margins often manifest at the Galpharm when the home side hit peak form and the hunger for goals which Huddersfield show in West Yorkshire makes a 4-0 trouncing of Stevenage look appealing at 22/1.
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