Huddersfield Town v Brighton: How the bookies see it

They might have home advantage, but Mark Robins' men are seen as outsiders

BetVictor class them as 11/4 outsiders, Skybet chalking the Seagulls up at just 23/20, despite Town enjoying home advantage

Huddersfield Town are just six points above the drop zone, and although unlikely to go down, it’s not impossible, hence bet365’s odds of 40/1.

One more win would surely dispel any lingering doubts but Mark Robins’s men aren’t expected to get it against Brighton.

BetVictor class them as 11/4 outsiders, Skybet chalking the Seagulls up at just 23/20, despite Town enjoying home advantage.

Paddy Power price the contest at 12/5 to be inconclusive, as it was in December’s meeting between at the Amex Stadium.

Stan James post 17/2 against a repeat of the goalless scoreline from that one and it’s 4/1 at Ladbrokes for the sides to again be inseparable at the end of each half.

Bet365 chalk Town up at 4/5 to avoid defeat for only the third time in eight attempts.

And Robins’ charges are 13/8 in William Hill’s ‘Draw No Bet’ market, but bolder supporters might prefer to back their team more positively.

For them, BetVictor make Town 19/4 to return to winning ways by a one-goal margin.

Stan James mark 12/1 against them shading it 2-1 in a fixture that’s 11/10 (Winner.com) to produce three or more goals.

And odds of 7/1 are available at Stan James for Town to both triumph and concede.

At the other end, Nahki Wells is considered the home team’s chief goal threat at 7/1 with BetVictor to net first.

Betway go 27/20 about any Town player firing the first and it’s 5/6 courtesy of bet365 for both teams to get on the scoresheet.

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