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Stoke and Huddersfield will meet on Wednesday, February 15th, in the next round of Championship and we expect to see a very interesting match. To learn more about it, check our preview of the game and our top betting tips for it.
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Stoke and Huddersfield to Draw
Both Stoke and Huddersfield enter this match in poor forms, although Stoke has one win in the last six games, which can't be said for the guests.
However, Stoke also lost four of their last six matches and they are now just five points ahead of the relegation zone. In any case, we can see this being a close game and a draw sounds like an outcome that would make both teams reasonably happy.
Both Teams to Score – Yes
We saw both teams score in 47% of all Huddersfield matches in the league so far, while the same thing happened in just 40% of all Stoke games in Championship this season.
Despite that, we can see both teams scoring in this match and the reason for that is simple – that was the case in all of the five most recent h2h duels between Stoke and Huddersfield. So, we expect that streak to continue on Wednesday.
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Stoke vs Huddersfield Preview: Recent Form, News, and Predicted Lineups
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In the last six games in the league, Stoke has one win, one draw, and four losses, so they've clearly struggled in recent matches in Championship. The team is still relatively safe with five points more than the first team in the relegation zone, but a few more losses could put them in a dangerous spot.
Meanwhile, Stoke is currently without injured Sam Clucas, Connor Taylor, Ben Pearson, Axel Tuanzebe, and Josh Tymon.
Since they failed to notch a win in the last six games in Championship, on top of which they weren't doing that great even before that, Huddersfield is currently in the relegation zone. The team only has 28 points from 30 games this season, but on the bright side, a few other teams are close to that tally, so Huddersfield still has a chance to secure survival.
On top of their poor form, Huddersfield is also dealing with many injuries, with eight players out at the moment, including key names like Duane Holmes, Daniel Ward, Lee Nicholls, and Yuta Nakayama.