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25 February 2019

Club News


25 February 2019

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Fantasy Premier League tips ahead of Gameweek 28

- Aaron Mooy produced his season's-best against Wolves in November
- Florent Hadergjonaj has created Town’s most chances at the John Smith’s Stadium
- Tips from Fantasy Premier League expert prior to Gameweek 28

A visit from high-flying Wolverhampton Wanderers will represent a stern test for Huddersfield Town in Gameweek 28 of Fantasy Premier League (FPL).

Wolves have put in some impressive away performances this season, drawing with Manchester United and Arsenal and winning at Tottenham Hotspur. However, the Club has also lost at Brighton and Hove Albion and Cardiff City, as well as drawing with Fulham.

The Terriers' 2-0 win at Molineux in the reverse fixture back in Gameweek 13 must also provide them with confidence.

Midfielder Aaron Mooy (£5.0m) was the star that day, producing his season's-best 16 points from two goals and the maximum bonus award.

The Australian international now has three starts under his belt following a long injury lay-off and he's finding some form under Head Coach Jan Siewert.

Mooy leads the way with five chances created since the German took charge, while he also ranks second for shots, with five.

Steve Mounié (£5.8m) will also hope to prosper against a Wolves defence that has just one clean sheet in their last 11 road trips.

The Benin international has fired four shots in the box under Siewert, more than any team-mate.

He'll be pushing for a start after playing just 14 minutes over the past two Gameweeks.

The early dismissal of defender Tommy Smith (£4.4m) was a major factor in last weekend's loss at Newcastle United.

With Smith now suspended for three matches, Florent Hadergjonaj (£4.4m) is highly likely to take his place in Town's backline.

At home, the full-back's 12 chances created ranks top for Huddersfield.

And his 13 successful crosses is joint-first among his team-mates, further boosting his potential for attacking returns should the Terriers fail to keep a clean sheet.

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