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Huddersfield Town has started the season strongly but one win in five is a little disheartening for Carlos Corberan as they welcome West Brom this afternoon.

They remain just two points away from a play-off spot, though, and the cluster of teams that push for the top-six means that absolutely anything is possible.

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It has been a few seasons since Huddersfield last graced Premier League life and while nothing is certain, they still have an outside chance of being involved in the mix at the end of the campaign.

With just two wins in their last five league matches, West Bromwich Albion are struggling to keep up with the two pace-setters at the top of the table.

They were one of the favourites for promotion back to the Premier League, and they sit in a healthy 3rd-place, but Bournemouth and Fulham have simply been relentless in their pursuit of those automatic promotion spots.

Huddersfield v West Brom Team News

Jonathan Hogg and Duane Holmes came off against Cardiff City as a result of injury but there is optimism that both of them could be back in time for the weekend.

Jordan Rhodes is mounting his comeback, having been absent since August due to a back problem.

However, Rhodes is still going to need more time before he can make a return to the starting eleven.

Ideally, Corberan would like Rhodes fit as soon as possible because his replacement options have struggled for goals. Danny Ward has only found the net four times and Fraizer Campbell is yet to get off the mark.

The visitors could be without Matt Clarke, who was forced off against Middlesbrough in West Brom’s match before the international break. There is hope that he could still feature but it will be a wait-and-see job.

Jake Livermore should be back in the team after his hamstring issue. Ismael didn’t want to risk him in the win against Middlesbrough but he should be available for selection.

Jordan Hugill, on loan from Norwich City, has lacked that clinical edge all season but he could offer Albion something different in attack, if preferred to Callum Robinson.

Huddersfield v West Brom Prediction

Huddersfield have a strong home-record (5-1-2) and West Brom’s away record, though competent, will be put to the test (3-2-3).

Both teams will look to deploy a 3-4-3 and that could lead to a bit of cancelling out.

The hosts only have 12 goals in eight home matches, though, which illustrates the power of their generally sturdy defence. They have actually conceded nine home goals but they all came in three matches, including five against high-flying Fulham.

Nonetheless, Ismael’s teams are generally quite resolute and dogged so they could well edge a tight affair at the John Smiths Stadium.

Prediction: Huddersfield Town 0-1 West Bromwich Albion

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