Huddersfield Town secured top-flight football for the first time in 45 years after Championship play-off glory against Reading. And we’ve priced up a slew of specials on the Terriers’ future.
There’s 11/10 on offer for David Wagner’s men to avoid the drop next term, while 4/7 says they manage a memorable Premier League win over any of last season’s top four – Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool, respectively.
Our traders are offering 4/6 on the West Yorkshire outfit succumbing to the drop in 2017-18, but fans of the newly-promoted outfit will likely be more interested in the 10/1 on offer for the club to chalk up a top-half finish next term.
The most optimistic of supporters can also back a top-six finish at 100/1, while there’s 1500/1 on offer for the club to win the Prem next term. Highly unlikely? Yes. Possible? Ask a Leicester City fan…
Meanwhile, there’s 25/1 on offer for Huddersfield to end their 91-year wait for a major trophy by lifting any of the Premier League, EFL Cup or Emirates FA Cup trophies next term.
As for the season just gone, Elias Kachunga was the toast of the John Smith’s Stadium, reaching double figures in the Championship. And it’s 3/1 for the Congolese hitman, or any other Terriers player to net 10+ Prem goals in the coming campaign.
Whatever happens next, the coming season is sure to be an unforgettable experience for fans of Wagner’s side.
Huddersfield Town specials
To beat any of last season’s top four in 2017-18 Premier League – 4/7
To be relegated from Premier League in 2017-18 – 4/6
To stay up in 2017-18 Premier League – 11/10
Any Huddersfield player to score 10+ goals in 2017-18 Premier League – 3/1
To finish in Premier League top half in 2017-18 – 10/1
To win any major trophy in 2017-18 (PL, EFL Cup, FA Cup) – 25/1
To finish in Premier League top six in 2017-18 – 100/1
To win Premier League within next five seasons (by end of 2021-22) – 500/1
To finish in Premier League top four in 2017-18 – 500/1
To win Premier League in 2017-18 – 1500/1
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing