Blackburn Rovers and Huddersfield Town meet at Ewood Park, in a match for the 12th round of the Championship. The history of recent direct confrontations is favorable to the visiting team, which records 1 victory and 2 draws in the last 3 matches. The last direct confrontation between these two teams, on 31-12-2016, ended with a draw for (1‑1). In this match the home factor may be decisive, since both teams have considerable differences in the results won at home and as a visitor.
Blackburn Rovers :
The home team is currently in the 14th position, with 14 points won, after 4 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses. In the penultimate match, he tied at home against Nottingham Forest by (1‑1). In the last game, he lost out against Queens Park Rangers by (4-2). This is a team that curiously has been stronger as a visitor than in their home games, since in the last 30 matches they record 8 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses as a visitor; against 6 wins, 3 draws and 6 losses in his stadium. In his last 6 home games for the championship Blackburn Rovers won 2, drew 2 and lost 2, so he won 8 points in 18 possible. His attack has scored regularly, as he scored goals in 8 of the last 10 games for this competition. In 11 games in this competition, he never got the comeback in the 4 games in which he suffered the first goal.
Blackburn comes to this game with little motivation, after a 4-2 loss to Queens Park Rangers. The home team generally plays in a 4-3-3, favoring a more leisurely style of play and channeling their attacks through the central zone. The two arrows pointing to the rival goal are Downing and Armstrong and the most offensive reference is Gallagher. It is possible that in the most central area of the land are Travis, Dack and Johnson. The Blackburn coach cannot count on Richard Smallwood, suspended.
After 2 wins, 2 draws and 7 losses, the visiting team is currently in 21st position, with 8 points won. In their last game, they won Hull City at home by (3‑0), after in the previous game they won out, in a match against Stoke City, by (0‑1). This is a team that curiously conquers more positive results as a visitor than at home, since in the last 30 matches it records 5 wins, 3 draws and 7 losses as a visitor, with 18 goals scored and 27 suffered; against 2 wins, 3 draws and 10 losses in his stadium, with 12 goals scored and 23 suffered. For the championship, Huddersfield Town conquered 4 points in 15 possible, after 1 win, 1 draw and 3 losses in the last 5 games he played as a visitor. His defense has not been very solid, since he suffered goals in 8 of the last 10 games, but his attack has scored regularly, since he scored goals in 8 of the last 10 games for this competition. In 11 games in this competition, he never got the comeback in the 5 games in which he suffered the first goal. There is 1 period that stands out in the last 6 away matches for all competitions: he scored 3 of his 6 goals between minutes (46′ ‑ 60 ‘).
The Huddersfield comes motivated to this match, after a 3×0 home victory against Hull City: Ahearne-Grant, Bacuna and Kachunga scored the victory goals. The visiting team generally acts in a 4-3-3, favoring offensive transitions and channeling their attacks through the flanks. The most advanced players will be Grant and Kachunga, in addition to the most offensive reference, the English Campbell. It is possible that O’Brien, Chalobah and Hogg act in the most central part of the court.