Two teams in need of points meet when Huddersfield clash with West Ham. Opta tries to prise them apart.
"The Hammers lost their last visit in any competition to face Huddersfield – 0-1 in a League Cup match in September 1997."
Huddersfield have won 10 of their last 12 home league games against West Ham (W10 D1 L1), though this is the first such meeting since a 1-0 win in November 1971. They are [2.74] to win.
West Ham won the reverse fixture 2-0 back in September - they've never won both league games against Huddersfield in any of the previous 15 seasons they've met. The Hammers are [3.05] to claim another victory.
The Hammers lost their last visit in any competition to face Huddersfield - 0-1 in a League Cup match in September 1997. Huddersfield are [1.87] in the Draw No Bet market.
The Terriers are winless in their last four Premier League games, with defeat at Leicester last time out following a run of three successive draws. Another draw is [3.15].
West Ham have picked up five points in their last three Premier League away games (W1 D2 L0), two more than they'd earned in their opening nine on the road this season (W0 D3 L6). They are [1.56] in the Double Chance market.
If West Ham lose, it will be the fourth time they've lost to at least three different promoted sides in the same Premier League season (2001-02, 2006-07 and 2009-10). As it stands, only Middlesbrough (5) and Sunderland (4) have done this on that many occasions. The draw half-time/Huddersfield full-time double result is [6.0].
Only Turf Moor (16) has seen fewer goals scored than the John Smith's Stadium among Premier League grounds this season (22, 10 for Huddersfield, 12 against). Under 2.5 goals is [1.56].
Excluding own goals, just six different players have scored a Premier League goal for Huddersfield this season; no side has had fewer (level with Brighton). Under 1.5 goals is [2.66].
In their 11 games under Slaven Bilic this season, West Ham averaged 105.7 km per game, while in their 11 under David Moyes, they're averaging 112.6 km per Premier League game. The draw half-time/West Ham full-time double result is [6.6].
Marko Arnautovic has scored in his last two Premier League away games; only five players have ever scored in 3+ consecutive games on the road for West Ham in the competition, most recently Diafra Sakho in October 2014. He's [4.3] to add to his tally.