BetKing Preview: Huddersfield Town v Crystal Palace: Expect a low-scoring tie

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Tony Marshall
The Terriers home ground has been known to produce not too many goals and this weekend's tie when the Eagles come visiting shouldn't be an exception

Huddersfield Town will be aiming to steer futher clear of the Premier League relegation zone when they welcome Crystal Palace to the John Smith’s Stadium  on Saturday afternoon.

The Terriers failed to pick up three points last Saturday as they were held to a goalless draw Swansea City. So far, they have been impressive in front of the home crowd and enter this clash on the back of securing four points in their last two home outing and BetKing offers them at (2.85) to claim victory.

Aaron Mooy, Huddersfield

Roy Hodgson’s charges head to West Yorkshire on the back of four successive defeats. The Eagles have been easy to break down on the road recently, which has seen them lose three and draw once in their last four league duels away from home. However close odds of (2.70) as quoted by the same betting firm gives them a chance to end their misery.

Eight draws have been recorded in 18 meetings between both teams and a repeat of such outcome is available at a juicy (3.15).

A value worth backing is seeing goal actions at both ends of the pitch. It’s worth knowing that all of  the last six away fixtures played by Palace have gone that way.

Thus, odds of (1.88)  are on the table for that to happen at the John Smith's Stadium.

Huddersfield v Crystal Palace PS

David Wagner’s side can avoid defeat as it has paid out in two of their last five showdowns with the visitors and odds of (1.47) support them for that.

In three of thieir last four clashes, Huddersfield have found the back of the net first and it won’t be out of place to see them do this again in front of home support at (2.15).

Eight of Wagner’s charges 15 games on their turf has seen fewer than three goals,,and for the visiting team, they have only netted more than one goal on the road on two occasions this season. So, punters can easily back an outcome that produces less than two goals at odds of (1.65) with BetKing.

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