Wagner relishing massive game
Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner is desperate to bring his side's losing run to an end when they entertain Brighton on Saturday.
The Terriers have lost their last four Premier League matches and are currently 16th in the table and 5/2 to be relegated this season.
The Seagulls are 12th but suffered a 5-1 home loss to free-scoring Liverpool last weekend. A 1-1 draw at the John Smith's Stadium is available at 5/1, while Town are 3/1 to win the match by a one-goal margin.
Wagner, who has no new injuries doubts, although Martin Cranie is a slight concern, said: "It's a massive, massive game for us on Saturday.
"We are happy we have the chance to play this match at home and will look to take the energy from the stands into our own performance.
"We don't enjoy having a few defeats in a row but we have had experience of periods like this and we have always been able to bounce back."
The Terriers have only scored nine top-flight goals this term and have suffered defeats in the last month to Bournemouth, Manchester City, Arsenal and Everton.
The odds on Saturday's match finishing 0-0 are 9/2.
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