Our football match prediction:
Huddersfield Town are with one foot in the Championship play-offs, but they are still eyeing automatic promotion to the Premier League. The Terriers defeated the likes of Aston Villa and Brentford in previous two league fixtures and they will be looking to give fans yet another reason for celebration when they face Bristol City at Ashton Gate Stadium. The Robins did well to beat Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium at the weekend, but Huddersfield Town are likely to pose a much bigger threat for them than their previous rivals. Bristol City would be happy with one point from the game and they are likely to adopt a cautious approach in Friday’s football match. The Terriers are eyeing their third consecutive clean sheet in the Championship and we predict that fans will see a low-scoring affair at Ashton Gate Stadium on Matchday 38. Rajiv van la Parra scored his second goal of the season at the weekend and the Huddersfield Town winger is eager to add more goals to his account.
Highlighted Player (Mark Little):
Mark Little is a right back who plays for Bristol City. Little started his youth career at Wolverhampton Wonderers and he made 27 appearances for the first team as well. He made his Wolves debut on 23 August, 2006 in the League Cup clash against Chesterfield. After spending two years on loan at Northampton Town, Chesterfield and Peterborough United, he signed a permanent deal with Peterborough on 25 May, 2010. The defender scored three goals in 148 appearances for the ABAX Stadium outfit, but in 2014 turned down a new contract offer. Mark Little joined Bristol City on 1 July, 2014 and he has been playing for the Robins ever since. The English footballer, who was born on 20 August, 1988 made 23 appearances for Bristol City in the 2015/2016 Championship campaign and he scored one goal for the club. His main position is right back, but he is capable of playing as midfielder as well.
Highlighted Team (Huddersfield Town):
Back in 1926 Huddersfield Town became the first English club to win three straight domestic trophies. Since 1908 the Terriers were playing at Leeds Road, but in 1994 John Smith’s Stadium became home of Huddersfield Town. The club play in the English second tier (Championship) and the colour of the their home kit is blue and white (stripes). Huddersfield Town were founded in 1910 and just three years later they entered the Football League. In 1926 the Terriers won their last domestic trophy, but they did well to win the FA Cup title in 1920 as well. The club’s biggest rivals are Leeds United and it has to be noted that Huddersfield Town have better head-to-head record of the two teams. Bradford City are considered Huddersfield’s local rivals as well, but there are small rivalries with Barnsley, Halifax Town, Manchester City and Oldham Athletic. The club’s chairman is Dean Hoyle.