Our football match prediction:
All eyes will be on the John Smith’s Stadium when Huddersfield Town and Brighton face each other on Matchday 29 in what is expected to be the most entertaining game of Thursday’s program. The Terriers aim to melt Brighton’s advantage in the Championship standings, but, as things stand now, David Wagner’s team are unlikely to secure automatic promotion to the Premier League. Huddersfield, though, have been impressive at home ground this season and we predict that the hosts will extend their unbeaten run at the John Smith’s Stadium to five games. Brighton are on the right track to return to the English top flight and seeing that their advantage over the likes of Leeds United and Huddersfield Town is pretty big, the visitors would be happy with one point from Thursday’s football match. As we have already mentioned, the Terriers are tough to beat at home and, taking everything into account, share of spoils appears on the horizon.
Highlighted Player (Sean Scanell):
Sean Scannell is a winger who plays for Huddersfield Town. The Irish footballer is capable of playing up front as well and he began his senior career at Crystal Palace, before penning a three-year contract with Huddersfield Town. The English player, who was born in Croydon on 17 September 1990, made 25 outings for Huddersfield in the 2015/2016 Championship campaign, scoring one goal for the club. Sean Scannell has 10 caps for Republic of Ireland Under-21 side, but he has yet to make his debut for the senior team. Scannell was named Republic of Ireland Young Player of the Year in 2007, and in 2008 he was Crystal Palace’s Young Player of the Year. His contract with Huddersfield Town expires on 30 June, 2019 and his highest market value was €1 million back on 8 January, 2009. Sean Scannell started his youth career in Addiscombe Corinthians, but he played for Crystal Palace youth teams as well.
Highlighted Team (Brighton & Hove Albion):
Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club were formed in 1901. The Seagulls welcome their opponents at Falmer Stadium and the capacity of Brighton’s home ground is 30,750. The stadium was built in 2008 and it was opened in 2011. The venue is known for commercial purposes as American Express Community Stadium. Brighton compete in the Championship and they play in blue and white stripes. The colour of Brighton’s away kit is green. The club made it to the FA Cup final in 1983, but English giants Manchester United proved to be a big catch for the Red Devils. Brighton’s main rivals are Crystal Palace and the Seagulls have recorded 35 wins over the Eagles. Frank Stapleton, Martin Chivers, Joe Corrigan, Bobby Zamora, Mark Lawrenson, Bobby Smith, John Crumplin and Frank Worthington are notable footballers who played for Brighton in the past. The Albion is Preston’s yet another nickname. Bristol City