TOWN extended their unbeaten League I run in emphatic fashion, smashing four without reply at Brentford.
HUDDERSFIELD Town extended their unbeaten League I run in emphatic fashion, smashing four without reply at Brentford.
And tomorrow’s home clash against Stevenage, on paper at least, looks like a more straightforward assignment, so the record Football League sequence outside the top flight should reach 37 games, believe the bookies.
Town are odds-on favourites at 7/10 with Victor Chandler to send Betfred’s 9/2 outsiders home empty-handed.
Betdaq chalk up a third home draw in a row in all competitions at 4.0 (3/1) and another 2-2 scoreline is available at 14/1 courtesy of Totesport.
Lee Clark’s men have kept three clean sheets in five in League I and Skybet post 6/4 against them shutting out Stevenage.
Taking that further, Boylesports make the Terriers 19/10 to prevail ‘to nil’ and it’s 15/2 via Sportingbet for them to register a 2-0 success at the Galpharm.
Stan James mark 8/5 against Town holding a lead at the end of each half and in the handicaps, bet365 price them at 7/4 when they kick-off a goal behind the visitors.
Where goals are concerned, Partybets rate the clash at even money to produce fewer than three, Paddy Power post 10/11 against the first arriving after the 23-minute mark while the same firm offer odds of 17/10 for the referee to award a penalty at some stage.
In the enforced absence of Jordan Rhodes, that opener is 9/2 (Ladbrokes) to be scored by Lee Novak, who was on target at Griffin Park last Saturday.
l Odds supplied by www.betrescue.com.