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Wolves v Huddersfield Town Preview, Team News and Kick-Off Time - Huddersfield look to extend unbeaten run

Rippa Staff 3 Oct 2015
  • Wolves host Huddersfield on Saturday
  • No injury concerns for Huddersfield Town
  • Sheyi Ojo to start after scoring in midweek

Huddersfield Town will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to four matches when they take on Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Championship on Saturday.

The match is the first of the weekend in the Championship and kicks off at 9.30pm AEST (12.30pm local time). It will be streamed live online.



Preview

The Terriers are never really expected to be pushing for Championship titles but  a play-off place is not out of the question.

Huddersfield are down in 16th place at the minute with 10 points and are only five away from the top six after picking up two wins, four draws and three defeats.

Town have won two and drawn one of their last three league games and come into this contest on the back of a 1-1 home draw against Nottingham Forest with Emyr Huws rescuing a point in the 84th minute.

Powell has a full squad to choose from for the trip to Molineux with no fresh injury worries with striker Nahki Wells hoping to earn a recall to the starting line-up.

Wolves were one of the pre-season favourites to be pushing for promotion to the Premier League and Kenny Jackett’s men are just three points off a play-off place.



The Wanderers have won three games this season and they are unbeaten in their last three thanks to one win and two draws and Jackett is well aware they need to improve their form if they are to be a serious promotion candidate.

Wolves come into this clash on the back of a stunning 3-0 away win at Fulham with Adam Le Fondre, Sheyi Ojo and James Henry getting on the score sheet.

Ojo is set to get a starting place after again impressing as a substitute and Jackett will be hoping his form continues following the news that Nouha Dicko will be out of action for a number of months.

Wolves are unbeaten in 11 of their last 12 home games in the Sky Bet Championship, while Huddersfield Town have won their last three matches against Wolves in all competitions.

Their last meeting was back in February with Wolves running out convincing 4-1 winners at The John Smith’s Stadium with Dicko scoring twice.


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Wolves v Huddersfield Town Preview, Team News and Kick-Off Time - Huddersfield look to extend unbeaten run

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