, ‘Nothing to lose’ – Rotherham United vs Huddersfield Town prediction: The72

‘Nothing to lose’ – Rotherham United vs Huddersfield Town prediction: The72

The72’s writers offer their Rotherham United vs Huddersfield Town prediction ahead of the Championship clash on Saturday.

Rotherham United are rock-bottom of the table. The Millers have lost their last two games 5-0 away at Coventry City and Norwich City.

Leam Richardson’s side are a whopping 20 points from safety. They have nine more fixtures to get through this season but a drop to League One is just a matter of time.

As for Huddersfield Town, they are in the Championship drop zone along with their upcoming opponents and Sheffield Wednesday. They are a point from safety behind QPR and Birmingham City.

The Terriers were thumped 4-1 at home by West Brom last time out. Delano Burgzorg scored their goal against the Baggies.

Here, a handful of our writers make their predictions for the game…

Harry Mail

Rotherham United just don’t have enough quality to compete in the Championship. They have won three games all season.

It is only a matter of time before their relegation to League One will be confirmed. Leam Richardson’s side have nothing to lose now and can go for it against Huddersfield Town.

The Terriers need to win this one. If they get beat the New York Stadium, that could be really damaging to their survival hopes.

They will be keen to bounce back from their loss to West Brom and I think they will sneak a big win here.

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James Ray

Rotherham United are another game closer to the end of the season and then, they’ll be able to start putting things into place for the next campaign. This one is a bit of a write-off, but there can still be value taken from these remaining games.

“That said, I don’t see them taking points from many, one of them being this weekend. Huddersfield Town still have everything to fight for and amid a dip in form, I can see them getting back on track here.

“I’ll say this ends 2-0 to the visitors.”

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