Before the 2-1 defeat at Barnsley, where they slow out of the blocks, Huddersfield had won three league and cup matches on the spin and back on home soil for another Yorkshire derby, the Terriers can get back on track by seeing off Doncaster.
Town are even money at Ladbrokes to collect all three points at the expense of Rovers, Stan James’s 10/3 outsiders and while a close encounter looks likely at the John Smith’s Stadium, it’s an in-form striker that can make all of the difference for Mark Robins’s men.
A constant in pretty much all of Huddersfield’s positive results, James Vaughan has helped himself to eight goals in seven matches so far, six of those coming in the league and full of confidence, the ex-Everton man is a stand out bet at 4/1 (888Sport) to break the deadlock.
Ipswich have won just one of their opening five fixtures but their performances have arguably deserved to accumulate more than the four points they currently have. Mick McCarthy’s side however, can kick start their campaign by landing a maximum haul as they welcome Middlesbourgh to Portman Road.
Boro have also only registered a solitary victory but it’s the fact that they travelled so badly last season that makes the Tractor Boys a tempting proposition at 11/8 via Sportingbet.