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Championship: Wolves welcome Huddersfield in lunchtime kick-off

| 03.10.2015

Two teams with indifferent fortunes this season, clash in the Championship as Wolves entertain Huddersfield in this mid-table clash.

Just two points separate both clubs, though the difference means that a win for the West Midlands outfit could see them move into a play-off spot, while victory for The Terriers will take them above their opponents.

The hosts are 23/20 with Coral to win the match and recorded an excellent 3-0 win away at Fulham last time out which brought to an end a run of four games without a victory.

Adam Le Fondre, Sheyi Ojo and James Henry all scored in West London and are 19/10, 16/5 and 7/2 to net anytime at Molineux, though Huddersfield are in good form following two wins and a draw from their last three matches.

Emyr Huws scored four in those three games and is great value at 10/3 to net anytime once more, while one to watch will be Huddersfield’s former loan striker Benik Afobe, who is currently now playing for Wolves.

Strike partner Le Fondre who has recently returned from a long injury lay-off, is keen to forge a successful on-field relationship with the former Arsenal man.

“It was a horrible injury,” said Le Fondre, speaking of his injury. “You don’t wish that on anyone, but it opens the door for me and Benny to form a partnership.

“I think the fans will like what they see when we really get going. I can bring the best out of Benny. He can benefit from my experience.”

Following the win against Fulham, Afobe took to Twitter to announce his delight: “Felt like I was back to my best. Enjoyed being out there. Great 3-0 win by the lads. On to Saturday now.”

Honours were even between both clubs last season, with one win apiece, with this fixture finishing 3-1 to the West Yorkshire outfit.

Coral’s top tip: Le Fondre anytime scorer @ 19/10 with Coral



Matt Haynes

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