Huddersfield Town 1 – 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Highlights
Key Moments Recap :
Goal : 90′ Steve Mounie 1 – 0
Mooy shows his quality on the right wing. He pings a ball into the danger zone which is turned towards goal by Grant. His effort isn’t a clean one but it finds Mounie inside the six-yard box and he sweeps it home!
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Goals (1-0) And Cards
🌕29′ Philip Billing
🌕43′ Ryan Bennett
🌕84′ Jonathan Hogg
🌕89′ Matt Doherty
⚽90′ Steve Mounie 1 – 0
Watch The Highlights below
Player Ratings (Starting Lineup)
Huddersfield Town : Lossl (7), Durm (7), Duhaney (6), Kongolo (7), Stankovic (7), Schindler (7), Hogg (7), Billing (7), Pritchard (6), Grant (7), Mounie (7)
Subs: Bacuna (7), Mooy (7), Kachunga (7)
Wolverhampton Wanderers : Patricio (6), Doherty (6), Bennett (6), Boly (6), Coady (6), Jonny (6), Dendoncker (6), Moutinho (5), Neves (5), Jimenez (5), Jota (5)
Subs: Cavalerio (6), Costa (6), Gibbs-White (6)
Man Of The Match : Steve Mounie
- Huddersfield have won 11 of their last 13 league meetings with Wolves (L2), including each of the last four in a row without conceding a single goal.
- Wolves have lost seven of their last eight away league games against Huddersfield, winning only in a Championship game in February 2015 (4-1).
- Huddersfield have never won a midweek Premier League game (D2 L7), losing each of their four such games on Tuesday or Wednesday this season.
- Wolves have lost six of their 11 Premier League matches (55%) against teams starting the day bottom (W3 D2 L6); they are one of just three teams in the competition’s history to have lost more than half of such matches, along with Blackpool (75%) and Hull City (58%).
- Huddersfield have lost their last seven Premier League home matches – only two teams have ever lost more in a row, with Wolves losing nine between January and April 2012 and Sunderland losing 10 consecutively between January 2003 and August 2005.
- Huddersfield have taken four points from a possible 69 in their last 23 Premier League games against teams starting the day in the top eight of the division (W0 D4 L19) since beating Manchester United in October 2017.
- Only Manchester City (9) and Liverpool (8) have conceded fewer away Premier League goals than Wolves (15) this season.
- Jan Siewert has lost his first four Premier League matches as a manager of Huddersfield Town and could become the third to lose his first five in charge of a club, after Mick McCarthy at Sunderland and Eric Black at Aston Villa.
- Raul Jimenez has scored 10 Premier League goals for Wolves this season, becoming only the second player to hit double-figures for the club in a season after Steven Fletcher (10 in 2010-11, 12 in 2011-12).
Wolverhampton Wanderers (Wolves) presently sitting eight on the Premier League table will take on bottom side Huddersfield Town, with hopes of increasing their chances of landing European qualification.
Wolves have reached incredible heights since their return to the Premier League this season and running on an eight game unbeaten run.
Huddersfield Town will be hoping to pick up some crucial points from Wolves , making use of the home advantage and also an opportunity to showcase their new signing Karlan Grant
Huddersfield Town have a squad boost as Alex Pritchard makes return to contention, with Erik Durm also hopefully going to be fit for the clash.
Wolves on the other hand, have no injury concerns. Joao Moutinho is fit for the clash despite being hit by an elbow in their game against Bournemouth, giving Nuno a full squad to pick from.
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