Playing Wyc Picks ahead of Saturday's game at Huddersfield Town? Here are six pointers that might help you make your predictions, with a £500 cash pool up for grabs.
Wyc Picks is a free-to-play game with a cash pool of £500. All you need to do is download the app and predict the outcome of 14 events in the match. We've taken a closer look at six questions below. Download and play here.
Will Wycombe win?
Both clubs are looking for their first league win of 2021; in fact they both last tasted victory on 29th December with 2-1 home wins. Huddersfield then lost their next four league games, plus an FA Cup tie against lower-league opposition, but steadied the ship with back-to-back draws in their last two. Wycombe’s one point from five games wasn’t on the cards after their excellent display in that triumph over Cardiff, but with an entirely fit squad and fire in their bellies, Gareth Ainsworth’s side return to Yorkshire fully believing they can collect all three points.
Will Wycombe be awarded a penalty?
Wanderers’ only penalties of the season so far came in back-to-back games against Barnsley and Coventry in December, both converted by Joe Jacobson. Referee Keith Stroud has only awarded two spot-kicks in 22 games so far this term, one of which went Huddersfield’s way in a 2-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday.
How many will Wycombe score?
The Blues went from scoring in seven consecutive games to now being three games without a goal, and shipping 10 at the other end since their last successful strike (Admiral Muskwe’s equaliser at Brentford). That’s the same stretch that they started the season with before Scott Kashket ended the drought against Millwall.
How many saves will Wycombe’s goalkeeper make?
Ryan Allsop pulled off five stops at Sheffield Wednesday and could do little about either goal, and now faces a Terriers side who’ve lacked bite in front of goal lately, scoring only four times in 2021.
How many tackles will Ryan Tafazolli make?
The commanding centre-back has made a real impact since returning to the side from injury in January, and made two key tackles in midweek. He could be joined by either Anthony Stewart or Josh Knight at the back, and Tafazolli’s prior Championship experience makes him an integral part of the squad..
Will Admiral Muskwe score?
The Leicester loanee burst onto the scene with an assist on his debut against Preston, and scored our last goal in the loss at Brentford. A prolific goalscorer for the Foxes’ under-23 side, Muskwe looks capable of finding the net on a regular basis when chances come his way.