huddersfield1718Huddersfield host Leicester in the English Premier League on Saturday with the home side looking to bounce back after their excellent start to the campaign was punctured earlier this week.



Huddersfield Stats:

Huddersfield tasted defeat for the first time this season when they lost 2-0 at West Ham on Monday night, they have 7 points from 4 outings and are sixth on the log

Prior to conceding the 2 goals at West Ham they had kept 3 clean sheets and backers of BTTS no have collected in all 4 of their matches

In 2 earlier home games Huddersfield beat Newcastle 1-0 and drew 0-0 with Southampton

In the Newcastle game Huddersfield won the corner count 7-3 and against Southampton the corner count was 5-4 in their favour

Leicester Stats:

Leicester were beaten 2-1 in a home fixture against Chelsea last week, they have 3 points from 4 matches and occupy fourth bottom position

Leicester have lost both of their away fixtures, tough trips to Arsenal (4-3) and Manchester United (2-0)

At Arsenal Leicester lost the corner count 9-4 and at Manchester United they lost 9-3

In 2016/17 Leicester won just twice away from home, at West Ham in March and West Brom in their penultimate road trip

Referee: Jonathan Moss
Matches 4, Yellows 14, Reds 1

2016 /17 Head to Head (Premier League Only)


The Betting

Match Result:

Huddersfield 21/10

Draw 23/10

Leicester 15/10

Note, odds quoted are an approximate average and are correct at the time of last update but are subject to change


This looks tricky to call in terms of the match result and I will fall back on the stats from Huddersfield games and look for BTTS (no)

Bet: Both teams to score? (no) at 19/20

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*Note, every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the stats but errors may occur from time to time.

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