Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at the John Smith’s Stadium comes in the form of a draw between Huddersfield Town and Swansea City.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £32 with Betway.
Bottom-of-the-table Huddersfield Town will be hopeful of making it two wins from two on Saturday, November 12th, when they act as hosts in a Championship clash at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Standing in the way of the Terriers and as much? Swansea City.
Huddersfield, of course, have endured a campaign to forget to date.
After falling at the final hurdle in efforts to secure a return to the top-flight last time out, courtesy of defeat in the promotion playoff finale, the Yorkshire-based outfit have since failed to recover in any way, shape of form.
Wins in just five of the club’s outings in England’s 2nd tier have been accompanied by a league-worst 11 defeats, leaving Mark Fotheringham’s troops at the very foot of the table.
And yet, the Terriers will head into the latest round of action this weekend with confidence high in the camp.
This comes owing to an altogether impressive result in midweek, when a trip to promotion-chasing QPR culminated in Huddersfield emerging on the right side of a 2-1 scoreline.
Fotheringham and co, as a result could well be quietly confident in their chances of making it two wins on the spin this Saturday afternoon.
Upcoming opponents Swansea have looked less than impressive of late, in slipping off the pace amid the tense battle for a top-6 berth.
All told, since rattling off six wins from seven either side of the international break, the Swans have failed to clinch all three points in any of their last four attempts.
The most recent, a trip to St. Andrew’s in midweek, saw Russell Martin’s men surrender the lead with a full 89 minutes on the clock, en route to a 2-2 stalemate with Birmingham City.
This result aptly highlighted the defensive woes of the Welsh outfit once more, with Swansea, remarkably, having now conceded at least five goals more than any other side in the top half of the Championship table.
Such woes, in turn, have culminated in Saturday’s visitors to the John Smith’s Stadium tumbling to 8th in the table.
We at 101, as a result, are backing basement dwellers Huddersfield to emerge with a share of the spoils come the final whistle in west Yorkshire this weekend.