- Predictions for the Championship match between Middlesbrough vs. Huddersfield on Monday.
- The game is being held at Riverside Stadium (12:30 BST)
- Middlesbrough has not won in their last three games.
- Can Boro get a point against the Terriers?
Predictions for Middlesbrough vs. Huddersfield
Middlesbrough and Huddersfield have recently dropped a lot of points in their respective promotion bids. At the Riverside, the two teams are expected to tighten up, with a cagey draw predicted.
- Middlesbrough has not won in their last three games (Championship)
- Middlesbrough has won their last nine home games against Huddersfield (all competitions)
- Huddersfield has lost five of their last seven games (all competitions)
Middlesbrough leads Huddersfield 33-44 after 97 meetings, with 20 draws.
Middlesbrough ended a two-match losing streak by drawing 0-0 at Bournemouth last time out. The draw came after back-to-back 1-0 home losses to Fulham and Hull.
Chris Wilder’s team conceded little at Bournemouth and struggled to create with 0.64 expected goals and five shots. Boro are two points off the play-off places, but have a game in hand on sixth-placed Sheffield United.
Middlesbrough Injury Updates and Team News
Defender Neil Taylor is skeptical. Dael Fry, the defender, has been ruled out due to injury.
Huddersfield’s two-match winning streak came to an end on Friday with a 2-2 home draw against QPR. In their previous two games, the Terriers defeated Hull at home (1-0) and Luton at home (2-0).
Huddersfield made a strong start against QPR, scoring an early own goal before equalizing on 43 minutes. Huddersfield’s lead was restored by Harry Toffolo before the Terriers conceded late on.
Carlos Corberán’s side is four points behind second-placed Bournemouth and seven points clear of the play-offs.
Injuries and Team News for Huddersfield Town
Ryan Schofield, goalkeeper, and midfielders Lex Vallejo and Rolando Aarons are all out.