Our football match prediction:
The John Smith’s Stadium will host Saturday’s football match between Huddersfield Town and Bristol City. The Terriers kicked off the new Championship campaign in style, but they have been struggling in the English second tier of late. Huddersfield failed to emerge triumphant in previous five league matches and we do not believe that home win should be considered this time out. It has to be noted that the team failed to keep a clean sheet in seven of their last eight league fixtures. Bristol City, on the other hand, gave fans some cheer at the weekend, with the team beating Ipswich Town at their Ashton Gate Stadium. With only three points separating the two teams in the standings, we predict that fans will see a close encounter at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday afternoon. You should bear in mind that under 2.5 goals were scored in three of Bristol City’s previous four league matches.
Highligted 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 (Bristol City):
Bristol City are one of the two famous clubs from the city of Bristol. Formed in 1894 the Robins mostly participated in English lower leagues and they have never played in the Premier League. Bristol City’s bitterest rivals are Bristol Rovers and it has to be noted that two teams first met in 1897. Bristol City have outplayed their local rivals on 43 occasions in the Bristol Derby. Cardiff City are regarded as Bristol City’s bitter rivals as well. The Robins play their home games at Ashton Gate, the stadium that was opened in 1887. Bristol City were semi-finalists of the League Cup two times (1970/1971, 1988/1989), with the team making it to the FA Cup final in 1909. The Robins faced Manchester United in the title game, but they failed to upset the English giants in the Crystal Palace clash. It is well known that Bristol City footballers wear red shirts and blue shorts.