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Stats Zone: Brentford vs Huddersfield Town

10 March 2017

The facts and figures behind tomorrow's visit from The Terriers

The match in numbers

7 – Elias Kachunga has scored the most headed goals in the Sky Bet Championship this season

8 – Only one referee has given more penalties in the Championship than tomorrow's man in the middle Oliver Langford

10 – The Bees have scored four more goals from throughballs than anyone else in the league

16 – The Terriers have dropped just five points away from home since the start of December

17 – Draws between the two sides

23 – Huddersfield wins over Brentford

24 – Brentford wins over The Terriers

25 – Dean Smith's side are the Championship's leading scorers in 2017

40 – This game has been one for goals in recent years with the last eight meetings averaging five goals a game

69 – The Terriers have seen a higher percentage of their games decided by one goal than anyone else in the top four divisions

102 – Lasse Vibe's opener on Tuesday night was our 100th league goal under Dean Smith

109 – Town have faced the fewest shots on target in the second tier this campaign

2491 – Only Fulham's Tom Cairney has made more passes than Huddersfield's Aaron Mooy in 2016/17


More pre-match build-up

Huddersfield Town Match Preview

Four Memorable Meetings

Huddersfield Examiner's Blake Welton on what to expect from The Terriers

Dean Smith's pre-match press conference


The First Meeting

8 January 1921, FA Cup First Round - Brentford 1 Huddersfield Town 2
Brentford XI: Young, Hodson, Rosier, Elliot, Amos, Challinor, Cartmell, King, Boyne, Morley, Henley
Division One Huddersfield Town too strong for Bees in their first season as a Football League Club

The Last Meeting

06 August 2016, Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town 2 Brentford 1
Brentford XI: Bentley, Clarke, Dean, Egan, Elder, McEachran (Yennaris 56), Woods, Sawyers, Kerschbaumer (Saunders 56), Macleod (Hofmann 82), Hogan
Kasey Palmer strikes late to down The Bees despite Nico Yennaris cancelling out Elias Kachunga's second-half header


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