BACK-TO-BACK draws have hampered Huddersfield Town’s promotion bid a touch and Lee Clark’s side are 11/4 with sky BET to share the spoils again as they head to Adams Park tonight to face struggling Wycombe.
Another 2-2 stalemate, following Monday’s at Notts County, is priced at 14/1 by Boylesports, but the relegation-threatened Chairboys have lost 14 of their 24 matches this term, winning just five times, so Lee Clark’s men deserve to be Ladbrokes’ 10/11 favourites.
Nevertheless, Town haven’t quite been at their best of late and could find the going tough in this one, so a case can be made for a victory by a one-goal margin at 14/5 courtesy of Stan James while Blue Square chalk 15/2 against a 2-1 triumph and the clash is 4/1 (Paddy Power) to throw up an away win despite a drawn first half.
Nobody in League I has managed more goals on the road than Town so the contest looks likely to see the net bulge on at least three occasions, an outcome Partybets rate at 3/4, and William Hill combine a victory for Clark’s troops with a match tally of more than 2.5 at odds of 8/5.
Having taken his tally for the season to 22 goals in 22 matches across all competitions at Meadow Lane, Jordan Rhodes has a strong chance of contributing to the goal total.
Betfred make the striker the 9/2 favourite to break the deadlock and also offer an enticing 5/4 for Rhodes to notch at any time.
Victor Chandler chalk 5/6 against the opener arriving before the 27-minute mark and bet365 offer 8/11 for Town to get on the scoresheet on a minimum of two occasions.
l Odds by www.betrescue.com.