In a weekend of incredibly important results for the teams fighting at the bottom of the table, Huddersfield Town refused to be left out of the party.
Huddersfield Town vs Watford
Venue: The John Smith’s Stadium
Referee: Craig Pawson
Huddersfield Town host Watford on Saturday with the hosts and manager David Wagner sitting just four points above the Premier League relegation zone.
Brighton took on Huddersfield Town in the Amex Stadium on a day where three points for either side could have gone a long way in ensuring that they lived to fight for another season in the English top flight.
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Huddersfield Town
Venue: Amex Stadium
Referee: Anthony Taylor
Huddersfield Town are on the road for a second consecutive game, and once again they are up against a fellow Championship side from last year – this time the opponent is Brighton & Hove Albion.
Newcastle United were the deserved winners against their fellow Championship promotees Huddersfield Town, who won the reverse fixture by the same scoreline way back in August.
Newcastle United vs Huddersfield Town
Venue: St James Park
Referee: Martin Atkinson
Newcastle United host David Wagner’s Huddersfield Town on Saturday in an undeniable six pointer at the bottom of the Premier League table.
Huddersfield have displayed some admirable performances of late, with two wins in the last three games keeping them above the relegation zone, but the Terriers were all out of luck in their match to Swansea, which supplied some of the most dominating stats you’re likely to ever see in a football match.
Huddersfield Town vs Swansea City
Venue: John Smith’s Stadium
Referee: Michael Oliver
Huddersfield Town and Swansea will both go into this weekend’s game in good spirits as they each look to continue their ascent away from relegation.
West Brom v Huddersfield
Venue: The Hawthorns
Saturday’s game at The Hawthorns has now become a must win game for West Brom – the gap of seven points which separates them from safety will surely be in the back of each and every one of the players minds, including the manager, Alan Pardew.