A foolish match to wait
Huddersfield and Chelsea collide during Tuesday evening – the undersigned believes in a cornerful event. This is a very tricky event if you ask me. The companies paint up Chelsea as great favorites in advance, but at the same time, we should keep in mind that Huddersfield only lost two of eight home matches this season. 77% of the team’s points have been collected at John Smith’s Stadium – do you have what it takes to disturb an already shocked Chelsea? The smart one deserves the 1X2 market.
In view of Chelsea’s unexpected 1-0 loss against West Ham, the most recent point is the need for the score. Do not get better that Huddersfield, who picked a 2-0 victory against Brighton at the latest, comes to the match with wind in the sail. I expect a revamped Chelsea that puts the gas in the bottom from the first minute, something that in my book can generate a lot of corners. At the same time, it’s not possible to close Huddersfield’s nice home game, and the security you usually have when playing in front of home dancing. A lot of game at the edge of the game definitely speaks for the corner game, the same goes for saying about Chelsea.
Posted for a cornerful event
Chelsea is a team scratching a lot of corners this season, averaging 6.19 own corners / match. At the same time, the opponents are offered 5.00 corners / matches in average. The total corners of Chelsea’s matches are 11.19 corners / matches this season. Hazard-Alonso on the left flank and Moses-Pedro on the right side – corners will definitely be scratched, especially with the need for the score as the council.
Looking at Huddersfield’s numbers, we can say that it’s a right-handed team – both ways. On average, you scratch 5.06 corners / match, while betting the opponents at 5.88 corners / match. The total corners of the team’s matches are 10.94 corners / matches.
In view of the conditions, I expect a just as fierce match image, with a Chelsea coming to the match with blood tooth and an offensive approach. Think you solve at least eight-nine corners on your own. At the same time, Huddersfield is not the team that park the bus, especially not at home. For example, picked a 2-1 win against United, in a match proving a freaky offensive.
Our Prediction: Over 9,5 corners @ 1.73