TOWN come into their home clash with MK Dons on the back of a solid but unspectacular start to the campaign in which they have registered two draws from two matches in League I.

Subsequently the Terriers, who are now 11/2 with Betdirect to gain promotion, can expect to be well backed at 9/4 ( to again share the spoils as they entertain Roberto Di Matteo’s newly promoted side.

As a result, draw-related wagers are also set to be popular, with Partybet’s 11/2 for it to end 1-1 and VCBet’s 4/1 for the two teams to be inseparable as the referee brings each period to a close, in particular, likely to attract cash.

Nevertheless, the shrewd money will be on Stan Ternent’s troops at a generous evens with Canbet to bag their first win of the campaign at the expense of the Dons (14/5, Betdaq), home advantage likely to prove crucial in close, hard fought encounter.

The correct score value at the Galpharm Stadium therefore lies with either Betfred’s 8/1, posted against a 2-1 Town triumph, or Coral’s 13/2 for the Terriers to come up with the game’s only goal.

Punters unable to decide between the two can tackle the 11/4 Blue Square quote for Huddersfield to prevail by a one-goal margin.

Sportingbet believe Ternent’s men are more likely to be ahead at the end of each half (2/1) than they are to fashion a victory despite an even first period (4/1), however in a potentially tight affair, the latter could be a better bet.

Town strike duo Danny Cadamarteri and Andy Booth meanwhile, are both available at 6/1 with bet365 and Blue Square respectively in the ever popular first scorer market, ahead of a fixture Betdaq price at 11/10 to yield three or more goals.

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