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Huddersfield Town vs Burnley betting tips: Championship preview, predictions and odds

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Scott Twine to score anytime - 11/5

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Tip of the day

Full-time result: Huddersfield 1-1 Burnley at 11/2

A cagey affair is expected on Friday evening with both clubs aiming for promotion and new managers taking charge for the first time.


At 11/2, a £10 bet would return £65!

Huddersfield vs Burnley

July 29, 2022

8:00 pm BST

Match preview

Huddersfield Town head into the new campaign off the back of last season’s Play-Off Final heartbreak.

The Terriers were beaten 1-0 by Nottingham Forest at Wembley.

Levi Colwill’s own goal proved to be the only goal of the game.

The west Yorkshire club have lost some key members of last season’s play-off push.

Manager Carlos Corberán decided to leave the club over the summer and he has been replaced by Danny Schofield.

Huddersfield were not given much time to find a replacement with Corberán quitting on July 7.

Schofield has twice filled in as caretaker manager of the club but now he has the role on a full-time basis.

Last season he was in charge of the club’s opening fixture, whilst Corberán had Covid, overseeing a 1-1 draw away at Derby County.

They have also lost two key players in Harry Toffolo and Lewis O’Brien, who both joined Nottingham Forest.

Meanwhile, Colwill has returned to Chelsea following the end of his loan spell at

Kompany takes charge

Burnley have made wholesale changes over the last few months from a three different managers to several key players departing and new young ones being signed.

The Clarets managed to complete the eye-catching appointment of Vincent Kompany.

The 36-year-old now has three years experience of being a manager.

Kompany took charge of RSC Anderlecht back in 2019, initially as player-manager.

Then in 2020, he took on the role full-time at the Belgian club.

Last season, he guided them to a 3rd place finish and into the Belgian Cup final.

He now faces a tricky task in returning Burnley back into the top flight whilst managing the loss of 10 first-team players

Burnley have now lost Nick Collins, Nick Pope, James Tarkowski, Ben Mee and Wout Weghorst to name a few.

Maxwel Cornet is also being linked with a move away.

But in their places, Arijanet Muric arrives from Man City to replace Pope.

The exciting, young Scott Twine has been signed from MK Dons following an outstanding season in League One.

Samuel Bastien and Josh Cullen have arrived from the Belgian Pro League.

Meanwhile, Ian Maatsen has been signed on loan from Chelsea U23s, and Taylor Harwood-Bellis and CJ Egan-Riley have both joined from Man City U23s.

H2H: Huddersfield vs Burnley

Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown

Writer for 101 Great Goals since 2017. Founder of @Daily_Hotspur.

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