Kick-off: 1945, 26/02/2019
Stadium: John Smith’s Stadium
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What Trueform says for Huddersfield vs Wolves
Huddersfield have lost seven straight Premier League home games but most of those matches were very close and we fancy them to stop the rot when Wolves visit John Smith’s Stadium.
Town’s last victory was a 2-0 triumph over Wanderers at Molineux back in late November and that should give them a much-needed morale boost here.
Punters can get 19/20 for the Terriers to avoid defeat and that is our opening Huddersfield vs Wolves prediction.
A Look At Huddersfield Town’s Betting Odds
Huddersfield have lost 13 of their last 14 Premier League games and remain rooted to the foot of the table with just 11 points after Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Newcastle.
However, the Terriers defended doggedly after having skipper Tommy Smith sent off for a rash 20th-minute challenge and went in level at the break.
Goals from Salomon Rondon and Ayoze Perez ultimately left Town with nothing to show for their efforts, but this still doesn’t look like a team ready to throw in the towel.
A great escape is unlikely, but goalkeeper Jonas Lossl insisted on HTTV: “If we want to believe in it and do it, then we need to keep believing and not get brought down.”
Town have at least scored in six of their last nine home games, so 9/5 for them to net first is fair value from the Huddersfield vs Wolves odds.
Last Huddersfield line-up: Lossl, Smith, Lowe, Jorgensen, Schindler, Hogg, Bacuna, Mooy, Puncheon, Kachunga, Depoitre.
A Look At Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Betting Odds
Wolves are admittedly flying high in seventh place and have also reached the FA Cup quarter-finals during an eight-match unbeaten run, so this will be another tough test for Huddersfield.
Wanderers have only drawn their last couple of top-flight fixtures, though, with games against Newcastle at home and Bournemouth away both ending 1-1.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were a touch fortunate to leave Vitality Stadium with a point on Saturday, too.
Cherries forward Joshua King, who opened the scoring with a penalty, missed a late spot-kick, minutes after Wolves striker Raul Jimenez had converted from 12 yards out to level.
“We lost the composure and the momentum of the game, so something that we have to work on,” said Portuguese manager Nuno.
“We have to recover well, Tuesday we go again. We cannot lose our focus, every day is important in our work.”
However, Huddersfield have been something of a bogey team, with Town winning three straight head-to-head meetings in the Championship before November’s Molineux triumph.
That makes us wary of taking short odds for Wanderers to prevail here, although they will be buoyed by having netted in eight straight matches since a mid-January loss at Manchester City.
Let’s go for both teams to score here at 6/5 to finish off our Huddersfield vs Wolves betting tips.
Last Wolves line-up: Rui Patricio, Doherty, Bennett, Boly, Coady, Jonny, Neves, Jota, Moutinho, Dendoncker, Jimenez.
Newcastle 2-0 HUDDERSFIELD
Bournemouth 1-1 WOLVES – Raul Jimenez (pen)
Head-to-head: Wolves 0-2 Huddersfield
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