For our Huddersfield vs. QPR prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.
Two sides in poor form meet in the Championship this weekend as Huddersfield Town face Queens Park Rangers.
Huddersfield Town currently sit 22nd in the Championship with seven wins, five draws and fifteen losses from twenty-seven games this season.
The Terriers have struggled all season and have spent the majority of the campaign languishing in the relegation places, but their prospects are not in any way dead and buried as they have more than a fighting chance of survival entering the business end of the season.
They're coming into this game having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five matches in the league having failed to win any of their last three games.
Most recently The Terriers fell to a 2-0 defeat away at Coventry City, a result that was a disappointing one given the form of their opponent.
Huddersfield's home form is a concern heading into this game, with The Terriers winning won, drawing one and losing three of their last five league games on home soil.
Huddersfield are just three points from safety with two games in hand over Cardiff in 21st so there is no reason to panic as of yet. They do need to pick up a win though given their recent poor run, and an out of form QPR side could be the ideal opponent.
QPR are currently 14th in the Championship with ten wins, eight draws and eleven losses from twenty-nine games this season.
After an excellent start to the season that had them looking like legitimate automatic promotion contenders, QPR's season has fallen off a cliff somewhat after a drab run of form resulted in manager Michael Beale departing to Scotland to take the Rangers job.
Now under the guidance of Neil Critchley, QPR's form has failed to pick up since Beale's departure and they enter this game having drawn three and lost two of their last five matches both in the league and in all competitions.
Most recently, QPR fell to a deflating 3-0 battering away at Hull City in what was a concerning result.
QPR were beaten 1-2 by Huddersfield at home when the two sides met in the league back in November, and given how their form has nosedived they could be in for another grim result here.
QPR are in dire form and their last result was one of their more concerning this season. Something big needs to change at Loftus Road and a defeat at Huddersfield could set off the alarm bells - if they haven't been already.