Huddersfield Town will be desperate to cause an upset and return to winning ways in the Sky Bet Championship this evening, as the Terriers prepare to host play-off chasers AFC Bournemouth.
It has been a tough few months for Town, who have plummeted down the Championship table and continue to look over their shoulders towards the relegation zone.
Carlos Corberan’s side have picked up only one win in their last nine games – in fact, they have put three points on the board on only two occasions since the turn of the year. The Terriers were unable to recover from a heavy 7-0 defeat to Norwich City at the weekend, being held to a goalless draw at the John Smith’s Stadium by fellow strugglers Rotherham United.
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This evening, they take on AFC Bournemouth hoping to return to winning ways and record a vital win, with only six matches left to play this term.
Corberan has been dealt a bad hand in regards to injuries this season, and whilst Rolando Aarons, Josh Koroma and Carel Eiting are all closing in on returns, they will remain on the sidelines with Harry Toffolo and Christopher Schindler this evening. Both Koroma and Eiting are likely to be given minutes in the B-team before being reintroduced to the first-team picture.
Alex Vallejo is also doubtful heading into tonight’s clash after a hectic Easter schedule, and Pipa is also facing repercussions of a busy run of games after only just recovering from a groin problem.
After making five changes against Rotherham, further changes are antiquated this evening. Below is how we expect the Terriers to set up…
Probable Huddersfield XI (3-5-2): Schofield; Edmonds-Green, Keogh, Sarr; Rowe, High, Hogg, O’Brien, Pipa; Campbell, Sanogo.