HUDDERSFIELD Town have had a 12-day break since Charlton broke their unbeaten streak.
And Victor Chandler make them just 8/13 to see off Bournemouth, who are 5/1 courtesy of Sportingbet.
Betdaq make the Cherries 4.0 (3/1) to come away with a point, like lowly Walsall did last month.
Lee Clark is yet to see his side lose at home in League I this season, but with his defence being breached in five consecutive home games, Stan James’ 4/5 on both teams to score is not without merit while Bournemouth, with seven goals in four away trips, are very sizeable at 3/1 (Ladbrokes) to net at least twice.
Town are facing a side who have not lost in seven away games in League I, so the game looks set to be cagey.
The teams are 11/8 (bet365) to reach the break in deadlock while Betfred offer 11/2 that the second half is then also drawn.
Fans can think back to all the times their team have dug deep for results though and Paddy Power make them 10/11 to win the second half, regardless of the result in the first.
A narrow victory by just one goal for the home side is 11/4 via Skybet while precise punters might fancy the 7/1 at Partybets for a 2-1 win.
Totesport price up Jordan Rhodes, right, at 3/1 to get back on the goal trail by netting the opener while Boylesports have the same price on the same player smashing in the last and potentially the winner.
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