At home, Huddersfield Town, who has just dropped out of the Premier League this season, is also facing the next relegation spell when it is deep in the bottom group. And in this round 35, there will be a tough challenge when welcoming an annoying opponent in the first group, Bristol City, who is also thirsty to win after 2 rounds in a row, losing and aspiring to have 3 points to return to the promoted play-off group. 

Huddersfield received their 16th defeat this season against Swansea on Saturday afternoon when they were defeated 3-1 in South Wales. Daniel Cowley's side have lost 3 of their last 5 rounds and are currently just 2 points ahead of Wigan coming in 22nd relegated next season. Daniel Cowley could make three changes Tuesday night with Trevoh Chalobah, Emile Smith-Rowe and Steve Mounie all trying to get back and Fraizer Campbell missed Saturday's game because of illness and is still a doubt. here. Huddersfield has seen more than 2.5 goals in 6 of their last 7 matches against Bristol City in all competitions.

Bristol City is the god of Huddersfield Town with 3 consecutive matches recently playing the triumph song, even scoring up to 10 goals and not conceding a goal, if counted broadly, winning up to 5 times at 6 latest match against. Center-back Tomas Kalas and Jamie Paterson have been called on the bench for the weekend, but are arguing to return here. Han-Noah Massengo missed Saturday's defeat with a 0-3 score at home to the top team West Brom, but is expected to return by midweek. Center midfielder Korey Smith suffered a knee injury and will miss this clash and The Robins are inferior to Preston in the top 6 of the play-off promotion with 3 points after a series of 3 failures from 4 recent appearances most of them. Bristol Bristol has won 5 of the last 6 matches against Huddersfield in every arena and has less than 2, 5 goals scored in Bristol City at 4 times away from home recently. They are suffering from attack as a goalkeeper with 48 goals from the upline but the most fragile defense in the top 13 teams with 49 conceded goals.

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