Huddersfield Town v Bolton Wanderers: How the bookies see it

TOWN are slipping down the table having taken just one point from their last four games, culminating in that disappointing 4-2 derby defeat to Leeds.

TOWN are slipping down the table having taken just one point from their last four games, culminating in that disappointing 4-2 derby defeat to Leeds.

And bookmakers aren’t convinced that they can snap their disappointing run against Bolton tomorrow, BetVictor making them 19/10 outsiders despite home advantage.

Town are a 6/4 chance at Stan James to leave West Yorkshire with all three points.

And it’s 12/5 courtesy of bet365 to finish all square, a wager that’s set to be popular given the fact that many don’t believe there’s much between the sides.

William Hill post 6/1 against a 1-1 scoreline and Town are also available at even money in Skybet’s ‘Draw No Bet’ market.

But Bolton were beaten by struggling Ipswich last Saturday and their away record leaves plenty to be desired so Simon Grayson’s charges should approach the clash in confident mood.

In a contest that’s 4/5 (Stan James) to produce three or more goals, optimistic Town fans can back their team at a generous 10/1 with bet365 to finish on the right side of a 2-1 scoreline.

And BetVictor offer a massive 6/1 on Town emerging triumphant despite an even first period.

Bet365 chalk Grayson’s men up at 11/10 to break the deadlock and it’s 16/1 courtesy of Paddy Power for Chris Atkinson to follow up last week’s strike against Leeds by again bagging that opener.

Stan James quote 4/6 for both teams to find the net at the John Smith’s Stadium, where BetVictor’s 18/5 for a home win by a one-goal margin could also be of interest to Town supporters.

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