Huddersfield vs Cardiff Prediction 23 February 2022

Huddersfield Town hosts Cardiff City in round 34 of the English Championship. The match will be played on Wednesday, February 23rd at John Smith’s Stadium (Huddersfield)
After a confident victory over the leader of the Championship, Huddersfield players should not overestimate their strength beforehand. But I would like to note that the team has not suffered a single defeat in the last 15 matches in all tournaments! Such results allowed the Terriers to gain a foothold in the top six in the Championship standings. Yes, Corberan’s men sometimes lose optional points in matches against middle peasants and outsiders. Still, they are in great shape and will do their best to remain in the playoff zone at the end of the season.


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Cardiff City is not fighting for survival, but the class of players certainly allows the supporters and the coaching staff to count on something more than being in a lower part of the standings. Cardiff has recently been relying on its trainees. Yes, the team lost only one of the six last matches. But it was able to win only a third of away games and conceded almost two goals per game on average. Defense is the weak point of the Bluebirds. Only Peterborough and Reading conceded more in the current Championship draw.
Huddersfield is on a roll, and it would be strange to lose to middle peasants after the away victory over the leading Fulham. Moreover, the Terriers look very good at John Smith’s Stadium. But given the abundance of draws (Corberan’s team is one of the most peaceful teams in the Championship), I would recommend betting on the hosts’ victory with a zero handicap. The visitors have problems in the midfield, and the Terriers usually try to saturate this area with players and can create serious problems for their opponents. Beyond that, Huddersfield is now reliable in defense.

Predicción para el partido:

Huddersfield to win with 0.0 handicap

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