Our recommended bet for Tuesday’s clash at The John Smith’s Stadium comes in the form of a draw between Huddersfield and Preston, featuring goals from both sides.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £42 with Betway.
Two sides in search of a bounce-back result are set to lock horns in the Championship at the The John Smith’s Stadium on Tuesday, October 18th.
The clash in question will see relegation-battling Huddersfield Town play host to a Preston outfit in the midst of a dip in form.
Starting with the former, the season to date, of course, has proven an altogether underwhelming one for all associated with Huddersfield.
After missing out on a return to the top-flight of English football at the final hurdle in the 2021/22 playoff final, the Terriers have since fallen off the pace in alarming fashion.
Just three wins from 13 attempts across the campaign have culminated in Mark Fotheringham’s troops being sucked into the thick of the battle against the drop, with only Coventry City (boasting two games in hand) below them at present.
Huddersfield’s return to action this past weekend too saw them fail to kick on from a win over Hull City the week prior, as a trip to Rotherham culminated in a 2-1 defeat, despite Danny Ward’s first-half equaliser.
Tuesday’s visitors to Yorkshire, though, have not been in the best of form of late themselves.
Preston, after clinching seven points from an available nine on the back of the international break, have since slipped to a pair of successive defeats over the course of the last week.
The first came at Bristol City, by two goals to one, before Stoke City emerged from Deepdale with all three points this past Saturday, owing to strikes on the part of Will Smallbone and Tyrese Campbell.
A lack of goals on the part of Ryan Lowe’s troops has proven of particular concern, with the Lilywhites, remarkably, having found the back of the net on just eight occasions across 15 outings.
Such struggles in the final third have culminated in Preston falling well off the pace of the playoff battle, and instead down into the bottom half of the Championship table.
We at 101, in turn, are backing Tuesday’s clash at The John Smith’s Stadium to culminate in the spoils being shared come the full-time whistle.