Norwich vs Huddersfield Preview and Prediction 2021

Norwich vs Huddersfield Preview and Prediction 2021

Norwich City vs Huddersfield Town predictions for Tuesday’s Championship fixture at Carrow Road. After consecutive draws, leaders Norwich should return to winning ways against the Terriers. Read on for our free Championship predictions and betting tips.

Norwich are unbeaten in 11 league matches, winning 11.

The Canaries have lost just one of their 19 starts at Carrow Road this term, winning 12 and keeping ten clean sheets.

Huddersfield have won just three of their 19 away outings, losing 11.

The Terriers have failed to score in eight of their 19 matches on the road.

Leaders to triumph cosily against the Terriers

Norwich couldn’t find a way to see off Preston on Friday afternoon, but the league leaders should have too much firepower for Huddersfield Town when the sides meet at Carrow Road this week.

In truth, the dropped points at Deepdale are unlikely to matter, as the Canaries are coasting towards automatic promotion with just seven games of the season remaining. Daniel Farke’s side are a massive 15 points clear of third placed Brentford and it’s surely only a question of time in terms of when their return to the Premier League will be confirmed.

Nonetheless, City will be keen to get over the mathematical line as soon as possible as they have a fine chance to move extremely close this Tuesday. Norwich are heavy odds-on favourites to beat Huddersfield and it’s easy to see why.

The hosts are unbeaten in 11, winning nine, and have lost just one of their 19 starts at Carrow Road this term, winning 12. Meanwhile, Town travel to East Anglia having won just three of their 19 away trips, losing 11.

With Norwich also keeping ten home clean sheets this season and Town failing to net in eight of their 19 outings on the road, we’re backing a win to nil for the home side this week at a decent price, while we’re also forecasting a 2-0 correct score in favour of the likely champions.

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