West Bromwich hosts Huddersfield Town in round 37 of the English Championship. The match will be played on Friday, March 11th at The Hawthorns (West Bromwich)
It is an absolutely disastrous championship for West Bromwich. Having such a roster, they are only in the middle of the standings and will probably just play out the season. The Throstles are unlikely to return to the Premier League, as the victory over Hull in the last round was the first for the team in seven matches. The hosts simply forgot what a goal is, the defense is bursting at the seams. Steve Bruce, who is considered the specialist in lifting teams from the Championship to the Premier League, cannot do anything. West Bromwich continues to fall and loses to equal opponents. However, the Throstles suffered only two home defeats in the current season.
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Huddersfield Town lost to Nottingham Forest in the cup and left the tournament. That defeat became the first for Korberan’s team since the end of November last year. Well, it had to happen one day. But it’s time to switch to the Championship, and the Terriers have excellent chances to return to the elite of English football at least through the playoffs. They are in second place, having a 4-match winning streak. Moreover, they conceded only two goals in the previous eight rounds. Huddersfield does not lose points in matches against the teams that are below the top six. The men of the Spanish specialist are in excellent shape. And given the fact that competitors also began to lose points, the Terriers can try to gain direct promotion. A head-to-head match against the Cherries will give answers to some questions.
We will see a match between a crisis-ridden team and one of the leaders, which is in excellent shape but played in the midweek. Once again, I am confused by the odds of the bookmakers. They consider the Throstles as clear favorites. But let’s recall that Huddersfield beat them in the first round, and its unbeaten away streak reached eight matches. It seems that the Terriers are not outsiders in the confrontation against the extremely unstable West Bromwich.