Huddersfield Town vs Southampton predictions and betting tips

Huddersfield Town have surprised everyone with their perfect start to life in Premier League. The Terriers have won their opening two fixtures and currently sit joint-top of the league table. In game week 3, the Terriers will host Southampton at The John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday. The Saints will come into the game on the back of the last-minute 3-2 win over West Ham United. The Terriers have not only managed maximum points from their opening two games, but they have done it in a convincing manner. David Wagner’s men…

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Huddersfield Town vs Newcastle United predictions and betting tips

Two promoted sides will go head-to-head as Huddersfield Town host Newcastle United at the John Smith’s Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Following their emphatic 3-0 win at Crystal Palace on the opening weekend, the Terriers must be feeling confident ahead of their first home game in Premier League. However, manager Chris Hughton would need to make sure that this confidence doesn’t turn into complacency, something which Magpies winger Matt Richie touched upon in his interview prior to the game. The Magpies didn’t really enjoy the same fortune as they lost 2-0…

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Championship season review – Cardiff, Derby, Fulham, Huddersfield

Cardiff City: 12th Few managers thrive in the Championship more than Neil Warnock. Taking over at Cardiff in October with the club seemingly headed for a serious fight to stay in the division, he drew upon his vast experience to lift them well clear of danger and an eventual top half finish, an achievement which looked way beyond them at the outset. With previous boss Russell Slade having been moved aside in the summer and then choosing to leave his new role as Head of Football, Paul Trollope led the Bluebirds…

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Championship Season Review – Charlton, Derby, Fulham, Huddersfield

Charlton Athletic: 22nd (relegated) A season which began in encouraging fashion soon became one to forget as Charlton descended into turmoil, suffering relegation to the third tier after four seasons back in the Championship. It was never in doubt once the downward spiral began, with results on the pitch eventually marred by the sheer weight of protests towards the club’s Belgian owners. After a mid-table finish in 2015 there was optimism around in South London and that was enhanced by an opening day victory over Queens Park Rangers. Further positive results…

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Championship season review: Charlton, Derby, Fulham, Huddersfield

Charlton Athletic: 12th The Addicks were one of the favourites to struggle, having needed a late upturn in results to avoid the drop in 2014. The man who masterminded that escape was not kept on, as Jose Riga made way for fellow Belgian Bob Peeters, who took his first managerial job in England. And in the early weeks they were the surprise package, with dynamic striker Igor Vetokele grabbing the goals that had been so elusive the previous season to secure home wins over Wigan Athletic and Derby County. High-flying…

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