Michael Owen has predicted that West Ham will fail to win when they take on Huddersfield in a Premier League clash at the Kirkless Stadium this weekend.
The former England national team has backed the game which will be played on Saturday afternoon to end in a draw.
Huddersfield are doing well at the moment and will go into the clash full of confidence.
The Hammers meanwhile go into the game against the Terriers on the back of a 0-0 draw with Shrewsbury Town at Montgomery Waters Meadow in the third round of the FA Cup.
There should not be too many goals in the match.
Owen wrote on Betvictor.com: “Huddersfield have drawn three of their last four games and I expect the Terriers to again have to settle for a point against a West Ham side who are unbeaten in their last three away league games under David Moyes.
“I wouldn’t expect to see many goals at the John Smith’s Stadium in what is likely to be a tight, tense affair.”