Swansea have only managed one goal in their last four outings.
Swansea v Huddersfield – Saturday 15:00
After winning their opening two games against hapless Palace and Newcastle, Huddersfield have since drawn three of five winless matches, managing just the solitary strike across these fixtures. It’s been a similar story for Swansea who have just one point and a single goal from their last four outings, so we’re not expecting a lot of excitement. Indeed, both teams have netted in only one of each of Swansea’s and Huddersfield’s seven fixtures so far and so NO in both teams to score looks a must here.
Excluding their opener against Palace and their last game before the international break hosting a Spurs side that have been excellent on their travels, Huddersfield have gone in goalless at half-time in each of their other five matches, all of which saw fewer than three goals. Three of these saw fewer than two and with Swansea’s scoring troubles, which have resulted in Under 1.5 Goals in three of their last four, we think there’s some decent value to be had around the goals market.
Aside from results against last season’s top six, Swansea are W6-D1-L2 under Paul Clement at the Liberty Stadium. So with Huddersfield looking increasingly outclassed as they’ve struggled with injuries, particularly in attack, this looks an ideal chance for the Swans to pick up a crucial three points. However, such are the lack of goals in both teams any win will surely be narrow and most likely come to nil.