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A game of no conceivable interest to anyone, not even most Wolves or Huddersfield supporters. Both clubs will field a team of players largely unknown outside their own ground, with one or two exceptions.

Huddersfield are unbeaten in three matches. We are unbeaten since Tuesday.
We've had a similar season so far, in many ways: we've both been beaten by QPR and Cardiff and drawn with Brighton.

With the return of Price in midfield and McDonald regaining his form, I expect a similar starting line, with no room for Coady against his old club. Despite his performance Tuesday, Ojo is also more likely to be a sub.

Martinez
Iorfa -- Batth -- Hause -- Golbourne
Price -- McDonald
Henry -- Afobe -- Byrne
ALF​

Subs: Ikeme, Ebanks-Landell, Doherty, Ojo, Enobakhare, Wallace, Coady

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Wolves 2 - 0 Huddersfield. Afobe both.
 

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The only position up for grabs I think is who will partner Kev McDonald in central midfield. On form Price deserves to keep his place, but Coady will be desperate to make a return against his old club do doubt.

Agree with the rest of your team, Ojo was great against Fulham when he came on, but all of his best games for us so far have been from the bench. I think he'll be more effective bringing him on midway through the 2nd half and give him the freedom to run at their defenders. I'm sure Bryne would want his first home start too, and he deserves it.

Adam Le Fondre and Afobe seems to be blossoming into a good partnership too, hopefully this can be the game where we click infront of our own fans.

2-1 Wolves, Afobe and ALF to score for us, Wells for Huddersfield
 

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Funny but I see more and more similarities between the two clubs.
Both have a fanbase currently rather unhappy with the investment in players recently, and both lost last season's Player of the Season (Streaman and Butterfield)

Makes me think it will be an honourable drw, even though history sides with Huddersfield as they have done very well at Molineux for decades.
 

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Has Clyde Winjard recovered from that car crash yet? his pace could cause us problems if he has.
 

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Town go into the game with a bit of confidence 3 games unbeaten is a rarity for us hopefully a repeat of last seasons win but realistically a draw is more likely 1-1 huws for us afobe (again) for wolves
 

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Solid 3-0 win, and the first win at home to Huddersfield since 1988.

Amazing what can happen in the space of a week, from 18th-6th. Can relax watching the rest of the 3pm games now.
 

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Class to see Afobe amongst the goals again. Missed the game due to the early kickoff but sounds like we played well 2nd half.
 

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