Huddersfield Town are off to the worst possible start under their new manager Danny Schofield losing their opening three games.
However, on Saturday, they host a Stoke City side who have also been struggling and given the form of the two sides, a draw at 21/10 looks good value.
Jacob Brown opened his account for the season last Saturday as he netted against Blackpool.
The striker scored 14 goals for the Potters last season and will fancy his chances of scoring against a weak Huddersfield team.
Match preview: Huddersfield vs Stoke
Following the disappointment of last season’s play-off final defeat and the departure of Carlos Corberán, Huddersfield Town’s woes have continued to get worse.
The Terriers find themselves rock bottom of the table after just two matches and already out of the EFL Cup.
Danny Schofield has lost all of his first three matches in charge of the club.
In the league, he has seen his team lose against both Birmingham City and Burnley.
Meanwhile, in the Carabao Cup, they lost 4-1 at home to Preston North End.
Schofield will need to turn it around quickly, as despite being early on in his tenure, he is already facing big pressure.
Stoke City were also knocked out of the Carabao Cup during midweek as they lost to Morecambe.
The Potters lost on penalties to the League One side following a goalless draw on the Lancashire coast.
However, in the Championship, Michael O’Neill’s side picked up their first win of the season last weekend.
His side cruised to a 2-0 home with over Blackpool thanks to goals from Brown and Harry Clarke.