Huddersfield will host Bournemouth in Round 39 of the Championship.
The match will start at 3 p.m. GMT on Sunday, 19 March 2022. The match venue is John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield. Below you will find betting tips and match predictions for Huddersfield vs Bournemouth (March 19) in the Round 39 of the Championship.
Huddersfield vs Bournemouth latest odds on betting sites
Huddersfield have their winning odds placed at 3.09 (+209 American; 209/100 Fractional). Bournemouth, on the other hand, have their winning odds placed at 2.36 (+136; 34/25). The betting odds for a draw are placed at 3.46 (+236; 59/25).
The chances of the outcomes are as follows: Huddersfield — 31%, draw — 28%, Bournemouth — 41%.
Latest betting odds on Huddersfield vs Bournemouth (19 March 2022):
- Over 2.5 goals — 2.05 (+105; 121/100)
- Under 2.5 goals — 1.86 (-116; 43/50)
- Asian handicap (+0.25) on Huddersfield — 1.84 (-119; 21/25)
- Asian handicap (-0.25) on Bournemouth — 2.00 (+100; 1/1)
- Both teams to score (Yes) — 1.85 (-118; 17/20)
- Both teams to score (No) — 1.90 (-101; 9/10)
Huddersfield vs Bournemouth match preview and statistics
Huddersfield suffered a 0-2 defeat to Millwall in their last Championship table. Benik Afobe opened the scoreline in the 27th minute with a right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. The striker doubled their lead in the 57th minute with a right footed shot from the centre of the goal to the bottom right corner.
Huddersfield had 54% ball possession and completed 389 passes. The Terriers created zero big chances in the game. Huddersfield had an expected goal of 1.01 compared to Millwall's 2.29. The Terriers had 13 shots with three being on target.
Huddersfield are third in the Championship table with 63 points. The Terriers have scored 51 goals while conceding 40 goals with a goal difference of +11. Huddersfield have won 17 games, drawn 12 and have suffered nine defeats.
Huddersfield news: Alex Vallejo is out of the game with a knee injury. Carel Eiting is unavailable due to a foot injury. Rolando Aarons is out of the game with a leg injury. Ryan Schofield is unavailable due to a shoulder injury.
Bournemouth played a 1-1 draw against Reading in their last Championship game. The Cherries opened the scoreline in the eighth minute as Dominic Solanke played a right footed shot from the centre of the box to the centre of the goal. Thomas Ince levelled the scoreline in the 83rd minute with a left-footed shot from the outside box to the top right corner.
Bournemouth had 49% ball possession. The Cherries had 10 shots with six being on target. They created one chance during the game. Bournemouth had 0.89 expected goals compared to Reading’s 0.52 expected goals.
Bournemouth are second in the Championship table with 66 points. The Cherries have scored 56 goals while conceding 31 goals with a goal difference of +25. Bournemouth have won two of their last five games in all competitions.
Bournemouth team news: David Brooks is out of the game. Junior Stanislas is unavailable due to a hamstring injury. Kieffer Moore is out of the game with a broken foot. Leif Davis is unavailable due to a hip injury. Robert Brady is out of the game with a calf injury.
Huddersfield vs Bournemouth H2H
Bournemouth got a 3-0 victory over Huddersfield in the home fixture between both sides.
Bournemouth have won three of the last three games between both sides.
Three of the last four games have ended in over 2.5 goals.
Huddersfield vs Bournemouth lineups and key players
Huddersfield projected starting lineup:
- Lee Nicholls
- Tom Lees
- Matthew Pearson
- Oliver Turton
- Harry Toffolo
- Lewis O'Brien
- Scott High
- Sorba Thomas
- Danel Sinani
- Duane Holmes
- Jordan Rhodes
Notable subs: Josh Koroma, Pipa.
Danny Ward has scored 13 goals in the Championship, overperforming his expected goals of 9.47. The England international has provided two assists while creating 20 chances. Ward has provided 18 key passes in the Championship this season.
Bournemouth projected starting lineup:
- Mark Travers
- Jack Stacey
- Nathaniel Phillips
- Lloyd Kelly
- Jordan Zemura
- Jefferson Lerma
- Lewis Cook
- Todd Cantwell
- Jaidon Anthony
- Dominic Solanke
- Ryan Christie
Notable subs: Siriki Dembele, Jamal Lowe.
Dominic Solanke scored a wonderful goal in their 1-1 draw against Reading. The England international had one shot in the game which was the goal with an expected goal of 0.21. Solanke is the second-highest goalscorer in the Championship, underperforming his expected goals of 25.17. The England international has five assists and have provided 29 key passes.
Huddersfield vs Bournemouth predictions and betting tips
Bournemouth has been exceptional this season as they sit in second place in the league. The Cherries have 66 points and have won 19 games, drawn nine while losing seven. Bournemouth have won two of their last five games in all competitions. This will be a tough match between second-place Bournemouth and third place Huddersfield. I predict Bournemouth to win.
Bournemouth have scored the second-most goals in the league. Two of their last five games in all competitions have ended in over 2.5 goals. Three of the last three meetings between both sides have ended in over 2.5 goals. Huddersfield have scored the fifth-most goals in the league. Three of their last five games in all competitions have ended in over 2.5 goals. I predict over 2.5 goals.
Betting prediction: Bournemouth to win
Odds: 2.36 (+136 American; 34/25 Fractional)
Betting prediction: Over 2.5 goals
Odds: 2.05 (+105 American; 21/20 Fractional)