Huddersfield Town are drastically looking to turn their fortunes around as they face Watford in the EFL Championship this weekend.
Huddersfield Town currently sit 21st in the EFL Championship with three wins, five draws and six losses from fourteen games so far this season.
The Terriers have had a quite miserable season that has ramped up in intensity following the resignation of manager Neil Warnock.
His replacement, Darren Moore, has had a frankly grim time of things in the dugout as his side come into this game amidst a poor run of form having won one, drawn one and lost three of their last five matches.
Their most recent game saw them thumped away at fellow Yorkshire side Leeds United in a comprehensive 4-1 loss which saw the game wrapped up by half-time with Leeds four goals to the good by half-time.
The loss now means Huddersfield are coming into this game having lost their last two matches by a combined scoreline of 8-1, meaning any confidence gained from the the win over Queens Park Rangers two weeks ago has now been completely nullified.
The Terriers can at least take confidence from the fact their home record has been somewhat solid under Darren Moore having won one, drawn one and lost one of Moore's three home games in charge, but given the most recent game was a 0-4 loss to Cardiff City that small sample size likely doesn't mean much.
It's hard to see Huddersfield beating many sides in this division at the minute and on their current trajectory they're only going in one direction. A draw would be a solid result for them here but even that feels like a stretch.
Watford currently sit 16th in the EFL Championship with four wins, five draws and five losses from fourteen games so far this season.
The Hornets have not been anywhere near the side they had hoped they'd be this season as they look well on their way to another unremarkable mid-table finish this time out.
Their form in general has been mixed but they are coming into this one in pretty decent shape having won two and drawn two of their last four games, the most recent of which was a 2-2 draw at home to Millwall.
The point came only by the skin of their teeth, mind, as Millwall were 2-1 up heading into stoppage-time after Zian Flemming and Wes Harding had turned things around for the Lions after Yáser Asprilla's opener in just the seventh minute but Mileta Rajović rescued a point for Watford in the 92nd minute to keep up their unbeaten run.
Their momentum somewhat stays in tact, then, but they'll need to get back to winning ways in this one as anything less than three points against this Huddersfield side will not be accepted but given they've won just one of their last five games on the road a win here is not a given.
For our Huddersfield vs. Watford prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.