Friday not only marks the start of a new month – club football will also finally return. The number of events will be minimal, though. In England, for example, they will restrict themselves to the 1st meeting, and then in the Champions League: Hull will take on Huddersfield. Will the Tigers be able to stop the Terriers in their den? The website journalists present their forecast for the match on April 1, 2022. Full statistics and all current odds for the match can be found at 1xbet mobile.
Hull thinking about next season
The Tigers are memorable to many of us because Leonid Slutsky once tried his hand here. The Russian Mourinho failed in the Foggy Albion, but, on the other hand, he failed to make it to the APL and, without him, relegation to Ligue 1 followed. Now he’s managed to come back and stay in the Championship. But the current owner, Ajun Ilijaly, clearly intends to do better. It was he who insisted on employing Shota Arveladze – the Georgian, among others, has worked in Turkey. So far, not everything has worked out, but, most importantly, City will not be relegated. So we can gradually experiment, thinking more about the 2022/2023 season.
Huddersfield have clearly improved this season – the question is how markedly
The Terriers didn’t play in the Premier League that long ago. But, having been relegated from there, they ended up falling almost to the bottom of the Championship. There was a risk of relegation, but the club eventually managed to finish in 20th position and escape. Now, the results have improved dramatically. There was a real opportunity to go up to the APL again, directly. But the spring started badly for the Town. First, Carlos Corberan’s side crashed out of the cup, losing to Nottingham Forest. Then, they claimed only one point against West Bromwich (2-0 draw) and Millwall. But, most importantly, it was a defeat in a game with direct rivals, Bournemouth. “The Cherries were handed a devastating 0-3 home loss, leaving them six points adrift of home. And Luton are already level on points with Huddersfield, with their side sitting in fourth place on the scoresheet. But there are still chances to improve their results again – let’s see if the break did any good.
Huddersfield have won all their last 3 matches. Admittedly, 2 of them came in the 2019/2020 season, but the Terriers beat Hull at home with a confident 2-0 win last October.
Quotes show that the pair are seen as about equal in strength. But who has the motivation, it’s the visitors – bet on them to win with a handicap of ‘0’ (odds – 1.94).