Rotherham United vs Huddersfield Town Match Review

Rotherham United vs Huddersfield Town Match Review

October 14, 2022 Sports Betting

Rotherham United vs Huddersfield Town Match Review

In the Championship on Saturday at noon, Rotherham United will host Huddersfield Town.Matt Taylor, the newly appointed head coach of Rotherham, is still looking for his first victory with the team, whereas Mark Fotheringham recently had success with Huddersfield against Hull City.

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Rotherham United vs Huddersfield Town Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Rotherham United 2.15 2.15 2.16
Huddersfield Town 3.50 3.50 3.54

 Rotherham United vs Huddersfield Town Tips and Prediction

Rotherham is going through a difficult stretch of form that coincides with the departure of former head coach Paul Warne to Derby County. After a strong start to the season that put them inside the playoff positions in late August, Rotherham are going through a difficult stretch of form.

With just one victory in their previous seven games, the Millers have slipped to 18th place in the Championship, and supporters’ concerns of a fight for survival in the second tier are once more becoming bitter realities.

Despite this, the South Yorkshire team can be confident due to their exceptional home record going into this match. The hosts have only suffered a loss at the AESSEAL New York Stadium so far this season, a run that includes victories over Blackpool and high-flying Reading.

With four goals in the league thus far for Rotherham, Irish forward Chiedozie Ogbene, 25, is set to pose a challenge for the Huddersfield defense.

Following Fotheringham’s first victory at home against Hull last weekend, Huddersfield Town will be hoping they are at the beginning of a rise up the Championship table.

The Terriers scored their first maximum under the new coaching staff with to strikes from Michal Helik and Lewie Coyle, but they are still in 23rd place in the Championship after a disastrous start to the year under Danny Schofield.

The 38-year-old Fotheringham and a certain David Wagner, who guided Town’s ascent to the Premier League in the 2016–17 season, both have coaching backgrounds in Germany.

It seems crazily optimistic that the team can duplicate that feat this year, with the former Hertha Berlin assistant coach’s first priority being to keep the team out of trouble at the wrong end of the table.

Huddersfield has only earned one point from its first five league games this season, making them the division’s joint-worst road teams. If they want to be rewarded for their efforts on Saturday, they will need to improve on their road performance.


Despite having a respectable home record thus far this season, Rotherham is now slipping in the Championship standings as a result of Paul Warne’s departure.

The faltering Millers might be the opponents as Huddersfield travels to meet them in an attempt to earn their first away victory of the year despite having the worst away record in the division.