Huddersfield, newly promoted to the English top flight, is in 10th place with 15 points, 4 wins, 3 draws and 5 losses.
As is normal in this type of teams, their home performance is rather better compared to their out of doors registration.
Playing at the John Smith stadium, Huddersfield won 10 of their 15 points and even beat Manchester United a few weeks ago by 2-1.
In the scoring section they have scored 8 goals and 17 conceded goals, averaging 2.1 goals per game.
Manchester City remain at the top of the Premier League with 34 points out of 36 possible. So far the citizens’ season has been amazing, internally and in the league millionaire.
The City has already held 19 official matches this season, having always left victorious,
with the exception of Everton’s 1-1 away and the Wolves’ Cup meeting, where he needed a penalty shootout to clear Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.
In the English league, the leader already has an incredible 40 goals scored and 7 conceded, averaging 3.9 goals per game (the highest of the competition).
Prognosis Huddersfield vs. Manchester City:
Citizens are on roller-jet mode, and this Sunday at the John Smith stadium,
I expect a meeting with at least 3 goals, with the leader of the race having arguments that alone can enforce the over,
although Huddersfield at home could even help in the accounts, having gone blank in just two games at home.