IT WOULD be hard to argue that home supporters at the Galpharm Stadium don’t get value for money.
In the last couple of matches they’ve seen Huddersfield score a dozen league and cup goals and over the course of the season, the Terriers have found the net 26 times across eight unbeaten League One fixtures, in which they have only conceded on three occasions.
Little wonder then that Ladbrokes make the Terriers strong, odds-on favourites at 8/13 ahead of the visit of Hartlepool (5/1, Victor Chandler).
Given the visitors four clean sheets in five league games, another six-goal haul seems unlikely, hence Betfred’s 125/1 chalked against Lee Clark’s side bagging half a dozen without reply again and Stan James’ 22/1 for the contest to generate more than six successful strikes.
However, Sportingbet’s 12/5 for Town to net at least three times could attract cash, as could Partybets’ 12/1 for the Terriers to finish on the right side of a 3-1 scoreline.
Less specifically, Betdaq post 4/5 against the two sides producing three or more goals between them while Huddersfield are quoted at 17/10 by bet365 to come out on top by a margin of two or more and at 7/5 (Jaxx.com) to be in front at the break and the final whistle.
Odds of 7/5 are also available, this time with Partybets, for the Terriers to combine a victory with a clean sheet and at the other end, Boylesports make free-scoring Town 40/85 to break the deadlock and also quote Jordan Rhodes at 4/1 to fire that opener, an accolade Gary Roberts is 9/1 (Ladbrokes) to beat him to.
Odds supplied by www.bet rescue.com