SEAN SCANNELL predicts Molineux will be the perfect stage for Huddersfield Town to take a big step forward in their Championship survival mission.
Saturday’s trip to Wolves is the first of two crunch away games for Town which could make or break their chances of staying in the second tier.
Sixth-bottom Wolves are above Mark Robins’ fourth-bottom team only on goal difference (minus 9 to minus 26).
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But Scannell firmly believes it can be the other way round, saying: “It could well be a different kind of game to last Saturday’s.
“They have come down from the Premier League and still have that way of getting the ball down and passing it around.
“That could suit us a bit more, and there might well be a better surface for us to play on than our own.”
Scannell, hoping for a third start running, added: “We all know how important these next two games are, and we want to make sure we are safe as soon as possible.
“Getting out of the bottom three was important and we can go to Wolves with our heads up.”
While Town’s relegation rivals Barnsley (at Cardiff) and Sheffield Wednesday (at Millwall) are both in action tonight, Blackburn’s descent into the drop zone after their 3-2 defeat by Wednesday has led to caretaker manager Gary Bowyer being summoned to India for talks with club owners Venky’s.
Managing director Derek Shaw and operations director Paul Agnew have also flown out, while global advisor Shebby Singh is already in India.