Huddersfield Town are attempting to pull further away from the EFL Championship relegation zone as they face Bristol City this weekend.
Huddersfield Town currently sit 21st in the EFL Championship with four wins, eight draws and seven losses from nineteen games this season.
The Terriers have had a tough campaign for the most part and struggled after the departure of manager Neil Warnock, but they've been slowly improving under the guidance of Darren Moore as they find themselves four points clear of the relegation zone.
They're entering this game in mixed form having won one, drawn three and lost one of their last five games. The lack of wins is a concern but their resolve has been impressive as they've proven difficult to beat.
Their most recent game saw them draw 1-1 away at Swansea City, a mightily disappointing result in the end given it took a 94th-minute equaliser from Swansea to deny the Terriers all three points after the Yorkshire side had led since the 3rd minute of the game.
Their form at home has seen them win one, draw three and lost one of their last five so they're fairly consistent in their results.
This is a game they'll see as a big opportunity to win as they face an opponent that has struggled to nail down any consistency in the league.
Bristol City currently sit 14th in the EFL Championship with seven wins, four draws and eight losses from nineteen games this season.
The Robins are almost exactly as expected in the Championship this season as they perch in the middle of the table without threatening to go too far in either direction.
They're coming into this game in mixed form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games, the most recent of which was 1-2 loss at home to Norwich City.
The defeat to Norwich was a tough one to take given the Canaries win the game in the 95th minute following an Adam Idah strike after Jason Knight had given the home side the lead in the first half.
The Robins are struggling away from home having failed to win any of their last four games on the road, losing three of them, so they're risking what would be a disappointing defeat here.
After manager Nigel Pearson was sacked at the start of November, Bristol City have won one, drawn one and lost two of new boss Liam Manning's four games in charge so they're in need of three points here to keep optimism around Manning's appointment high.
This a tougher fixture than the league table would suggest for Bristol City so three points won't be easy to come by.
For our Huddersfield vs. Bristol City prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.