Liverpool legend Mark Lawrenson says Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner needs to be more adventurous in his tactics.
Huddersfield are struggling second bottom staring relegation in the face and can’t afford to lose another against visiting Bournemouth at the packed John Smith’s Stadium.
Lawrenson told the Daily Express: “Huddersfield are the joint lowest scorers in the top flight which tells its own story.
“Unless Wagner changes that Laurent Depoitre is going to feel around 65 when the season is over.
“He has been up there on his own for most of it. In fairness, he has done a decent job but just very rarely looks like scoring because he does not get many chances.
“If you are not making any chances or scoring many goals then the best case scenario is that you nick a goal and win or do the same and draw.
“Huddersfield are losing games anyway so I think there comes a time when the manager must think what’s the worst that can happen if they go for it a bit more.”