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4-2-3-1 Huddersfield Town Predicted Line-up Vs West Ham United: Mounie To Lead The Line?

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Huddersfield Town chiselled a promotion to the Premier League after toiling relentlessly last season in the Championship. David Wagner masterminded the uplift and the Terriers have already started to hit the ground up and running after their promotion.

Wagner’s troops have collected 7 points from their first 3 league outings and have really appeared to be a promising side already. Huddersfield Town are due to make a trip to the London Stadium on Monday night in order to lock horns against Slaven Bilic’s West Ham United.

The Hammers have had a dismal start to their new season and they haven’t bagged a single point so far. They are placed rock-bottom in the league table and it goes without saying that they would be keen to snatch points from their next fixture.

Huddersfield Town have a really important fixture up ahead and here is how Wagner is expected to dish out his starting line-up against West Ham United.

Defence

Jonas Lossl has been exceptional after his arrival on loan from Mainz 05 during the summer transfer window, earning 3 clean sheets in 3 league appearances so far and he is anticipated to be handed the role of the custodian between the sticks.

Christopher Schindler and Mathias Jorgensen have pencilled a good understanding amongst themselves, providing the requisite resilience at the heart of Wagner’s defence. The duo has had substantial impact so far and it is unlikely that Wagner would bench them. Martin Cranie and Jon Gorenc-Stankovic continue to remain absent owing to their injury.

At the left-back slot, Chris Lowe is anticipated to start, whereas, from the right-back position, Tommy Smith’s exuberance and defensive stronghold is likely to be used fro the kick-off.

Midfield

The central midfield is expected to be monitored by Aaron Mooy and Phillip Billing, as these two have shown a lot of grit, intent and willingness to not only cushion the backline but to afford themselves as the impetus for the attacking endeavours of their side.

Jonathan Hogg is unlikely to return and the no. 10 slot should be accommodated by Kasey Palmer, whose offensive prowess has started to be noted in the good books of the football fraternity.

Attack

Steve Mounie should be spearheading Huddersfield Town’s attack against the Irons, for he has already scored 2 goals this season and seems to be an astute signing. The left-wing position is expected to be handed to Tom Ince, whereas on the right flank, Elias Kachunga is expected to be engineered.

Here is how they might line up:

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