Huddersfield Town host Ipswich Town at the John Smith's Stadium in this English Championship fixture.
- Ipswich Town's versatile left winger Nathan Broadhead has already scored 4 goals this season
- Huddersfield Town will be looking to advance up the table from their current low position
- Huddersfield Town are unbeaten in their last 4 games
With the away team in great form and Huddersfield Town recovering from a poor start to the season, this game could prove vital in each teams long term ambitions for this season. Both teams strikers are currently misfiring, but this has been less of an issue for Ipswich Town as they seem to be able to create chances from nothing in recent times.
Huddersfield Town Form
Huddersfield Town are currently unbeaten in their last 4 games but this isn't reflected in their league position after a horrific run of form saw them lose 4 games in the Championship and slipping to a narrow defeat in the Carabao Cup.
The recent upswing in form speaks well of their head coach Darren Moore and the efforts of the team on the pitch and the team can take heart from their victory last time out at home against Rotherham.
Ipswich Town Form
Ipswich Town are currently in great form and scoring goals freely in the Championship, where they are flying high in the table. Ipswich Town have not been beaten since the end of August and the flowers must go to head coach Kieran McKenna for inspiring this run of form, while on the pitch the plaudits must go to versatile attacker Nathan Broadhead.
These two teams have played each other 10 times, with 3 wins apiece and four draws taking place. Huddersfield Town won their last meeting in the Championship in 2017.
Huddersfield Town will be without right-back Oliver Turton who is recovering from a cruciate ligament injury, centre-back Loick Ayina who is sidelined with a minor leg injury and centre-forward Danny Ward who is out with an Achilles tendon injury.
Ipswich Town will be missing centre-back Janoi Donacien who is out with a groin injury and back up goal keeper Christian Walton who is sidelined by an ankle injury.
Neither team has suspensions to worry about in this fixture.
Attacking midfielder Jack Rudoni and centre-back Michal Helik are Huddersfield Town's top scorers so far this season with two goals apiece. With their strikers misfiring these two will be looked at to inspire the team and keep it solid at the back too, with the defender Helik a real threat from set pieces. Right-winger Sorba Thomas has provided the most assists for Huddersfield Town so far this season and will hope to continue creating chances for his team.
Nathan Broadhead could prove vital for Ipswich Town in this game should he play, while Conor Chaplin and Freddie Ladapo, the next two top scorers, will be hoping to catch him in the goal scoring department. Defensive midfielder Sam Lorsy has looked very impressive in his last few games and will look to command the game from the centre of the park.
With Ipswich Town in such great form it's hard to believe they wont be looking to take all three points on their travels, while Huddersfield Town will be hoping to continue a run of better form than they started the season with.