Huddersfield Town vs Stoke City Betting Tips and Prediction

Huddersfield Town vs Stoke City Betting Tips and Prediction

August 12, 2022 Football Match, Sports Match

Huddersfield Town vs Stoke City Betting Tips and Prediction


Huddersfield Town will host Stoke City on Saturday in an effort to earn their first points of the new Championship campaign.

The visitors enter the game having won once and lost once in their first two games before also exiting the cup. The Terriers have lost back-to-back games to start the season and were eliminated from the EFL Cup on Tuesday.

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 Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Huddersfield Town 2.62 2.65 2.70
Stoke City 2.70 2.75 2.69

 Huddersfield Town vs Stoke City Tips and Prediction

After Carlos Corberan led them to the Championship playoff final last season, only to see them lose to Nottingham Forest, Huddersfield Town underwent a lot of upheaval over the summer.

Prior to the start of the new season, Corberan left along with important players Lewis O’Brien and Harry Toffolo, and the loan agreement for defender Levi Colwill expired. Danny Schofield is now in charge in West Yorkshire.

Before Schofield’s team traveled to face Birmingham City, their season began at home against recently relegated Burnley, where the Terriers returned away empty-handed as Ian Maatsen’s first-half goal made the difference in a dominant performance by the visitors.

Despite Danny Ward’s goal on the hour, Scott Hogan and Przemyslaw Placheta gave the hosts a 2-0 lead in the first half. Huddersfield was unable to even the score and turned their focus to an EFL Cup match with Preston North End. The Terriers will now be desperate to put their first points on the board at the third time of asking and avoid being cut adrift at the bottom end of the division as the table takes shape in the coming weeks. That would not result in any more success, however, as they were thrashed at home, with Jordan Rhodes’s goal serving as little more than a consolation.After a disappointing start in the Championship, Stoke City will travel with the hopes of completing a winning streak.

The Potters started their season with a trip to Millwall, but they were defeated as Charlie Cresswell scored a goal each side of halftime to go on from their 14th-place finish from the previous season and a promising summer. In their subsequent match against Blackpool, Michael O’Neill’s team was able to quickly recover and deliver a defeat of their own, with goals from Harry Clarke and Jacob Brown, in Staffordshire.

Recently, they traveled to Morecambe to play in an EFL Cup first-round match, but they lost after a goalless draw in regulation time. Morgan Fox’s first-half error proved costly as the Shrimps successfully converted all five of their penalties to eliminate them from the competition. O’Neill’s team will probably view Saturday as an excellent opportunity to increase their total to six points against a potentially vulnerable Huddersfield team in an effort to move past that setback and return to the prioritized league campaign in a positive way.


Stoke City has an interesting team that is capable of having a significantly improved season, thus we believe the Potters will have enough to depart with all three points despite Huddersfield’s struggles thus far this year.