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Huddersfield vs. Leeds Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (46') M. Helik
      • (67') P. Bamford
      • (20') J. Hogg
      • (38') D. Kasumu
      • (39') M. Pearson
      • (94') J. Headley
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      • (63') G. Rutter
      • (49') J. Hogg
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        Huddersfield vs. Leeds Betting Tip

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        Crysencio Summerville To Score And Leeds To Win @ 9/4

        Huddersfield vs. Leeds Prediction, Tips & Stats

        As Huddersfield Town prepare to host Leeds United in the EFL Championship on Saturday, the fixture promises to be a compelling clash between two teams at contrasting ends of the league table. Set to take place at the John Smith's Stadium, this encounter could have defining consequences in both the promotion race and the relegation battle.

        Currently positioned 19th in the Championship with 37 points, Huddersfield Town find themselves embroiled in a battle for survival as they seek to avoid relegation from the league. Throughout the season, the Terriers have grappled with adversity, enduring managerial changes and inconsistency on the field.

        Under the guidance of their third manager of the season, André Breitenreiter, Huddersfield have displayed signs of improvement in recent weeks. The Terriers enter this fixture on the back of a commendable 2-1 victory over Watford, orchestrated by a late brace from forward Danny Ward. Despite the challenges posed by managerial transitions, Huddersfield have managed to string together a series of positive results, winning three out of their last five games.

        While the squad may lack standout performers, Polish defender Michal Helik has emerged as a consistent presence in the Huddersfield lineup, contributing to the team's defensive stability. Furthermore, the Terriers' form at home has been commendable, with two wins, one draw, and one loss in their last four home fixtures, providing a source of encouragement as they prepare to face Leeds United.

        By contrast, Leeds United find themselves in a position of aspiration, occupying the 2nd spot in the Championship table with 72 points. Relegated from the Premier League last season, the Whites are determined to secure promotion back to the top flight under the astute management of Daniel Farke.

        Leeds have been in formidable form since the Christmas period, winning all of their last nine league games, including a pivotal 3-1 victory over league leaders Leicester City in their most recent outing. Daniel Farke has done a fine job with Leeds this season, transforming them from a disorganised, rudderless unit into one of the most effective sides in the league at both ends of the pitch.

        Despite their FA Cup exit at the hands of Chelsea in midweek, Leeds showcased their resilience and quality, with young talents such as Mateo Joseph and Archie Gray making significant contributions. Gray, in particular, has been a revelation this season, excelling in his role as a makeshift right-back, but his performance in midfield at Stamford Bridge will have fans desperate to see more of him in that position given he can influence the game more effectively there.

        Crucially, Leeds have been imperious away from home, winning all of their last four league fixtures on the road without conceding a single goal. With the likes of Crysencio Summerville and Georginio Rutter bolstering their attacking prowess, Leeds boast one of the finest squads in the league and they'll be looking to take another step towards promotion here.

        For our Huddersfield vs. Leeds prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.

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        Huddersfield Team News

        Michal Helik is a doubt for the Terriers in what would be a huge blow should he miss out, while Rhys Healey, Jaheim Headley, Josh Ruffels and Oliver Turton are all confirmed injury absentees.

        Danny Ward has almost certainly earned a place in the starting lineup after his brace at Vicarage Road last weekend.

        Leeds Team News

        Georgino Rutter looks set to be fit for this game after missing out in midweek while Crysencio Summerville and Patrick Bamford should both be okay too.

        Ilia Gruev, however, faces a late fitness test and is touch and go, so if unfit we could see a midfield pairing of Archie Gray and Glenn Kamara, with Conor Roberts starting at right-back.

        Pascal Struijk, Stuart Dallas and Karl Darlow are all out injured.

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