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Eden Hazard (Chelsea London)

Chelsea v West Brom Betting Preview

Can the Blues maintain their advantage at the top of the Premier League at the very least in this one? Their league record at home against the Baggies stretches back to an unbeaten 36 years of matches at Stamford Bridge. Are West Brom in the kind of shape to roll into the capital and take points off Chelsea, who have so far been perfect at home?

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Chelsea v West Brom Betting Tips

This will be a home banker for most punters this weekend, even though the Blues have managed to win just one of the last five Premier League matches against West Brom (W1 D2 L2). But they have to be favoured in this one given their form this season, and it is hard to see them dropping any points in this one. The Blues have scored at least the two goals in every Premier League matches this season so far at Stamford Bridge, so it is worth looking over 2.5 goals for the game at online bookmaker Unibet. Chelsea haven’t been perfect at the back and have conceded in each of their last five matches in all competitions (exactly one goal in each). That would suggest value in the Both Teams To Score market.

The Blues have scored with 23% of their shots this season and are the most accurate shooters this term. Star striker Diego Costa is a 13/5 favourite in the first goalscorer market, while the old warhorse Didier Drogba may be worth backing as he has scored eight goals in nine Premier League matches against the Baggies. That is his joint highest tally against any club along with Arsenal. Chelsea have received the most points from losing positions this season (9) and have the ability to dig deep and get the job done. It has been a perfect five from five at home for them in the top flight so far, and overall, the Blues are now unbeaten in their last 14 Premier League matches, winning eleven of those games.

The last outing for the Baggies saw them lose at home to the resurgent Newcastle. It was probably one of their worst performances of the season. West Brom have won just one of their last five Premier League matches, and away from home they have put up figures of W2 D1 L2. They have bagged just the three away goals all term, so tough to see them pulling out the firepower to beat Chelsea. It’s been 36 long years since they won a league match at Stamford Bridge and over their last fourteen Premier League matches all told, they have won just three. As a hint towards a positive for them, they have kept clean sheets in three of their five away games so far, but can they hold out against the Blues? It’s unlikely if they play as poorly as they did against Newcastle. Saido Berahino, with five goals in his last six league matches, is their top option in the anytime goalscorer market at 3/1.

Chelsea v West Brom Betting Odds

Chelsea 1/5, Draw 5/1, West Brom 12/1

Chelsea v West Brom Predictions

The Blues may be backed to win to nil, but the concern over the value of that is the goals that they have been shipping. The Baggies don’t carry a lot of firepower, but the goals that Chelsea have scored at home makes it worth pushing for the game to go over 2.5 goals. A home win should occur whatever the Baggies manage to put up.

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20th November 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Football Betting

142 years ago, almost to the day in fact, the old rivalry in international football was born as England and Scotland squared off for the first time. The two home nations clash for the 142nd time on Tuesday as Celtic Park will come alight with the renewed old rivalry.

England boss Roy Hodgson has been insisting that he is going to take the match seriously, however, it is more than likely that he will satisfy some of his squad and utilise first team fringe players and youngsters.

Scotland boss Gordon Strachan is facing a dilemma about whether to throw out his strongest starting eleven, or give his squad players a chance. Scotland were embroiled in a breathless, exhausting 1-0 home win over Ireland in the Euro 2016 qualifiers on the weekend.

One of those youngster likely to get a starting role for the Three Lions is West Brom’s scoring sensation Saido Berahino, who has scored eight in 14 matches for the Baggies this season. He is likely to get his debut against the auld enemy and online boilermaker Bet365 have his at 11/2 to net in the game,

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18th November 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Football Betting

Bournemouth v West Brom League Cup Betting Preview

Perhaps a hint of an upset in this one. The Baggies pulled off a dramatic comeback against Crystal Palace on the weekend in the Premier League, while Bournemouth were flying in an 8-0 demolition job over Birmingham in the Championship. Will the Cherries be able to claim a Premier League scalp at The Fitness First Stadium?

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Bournemouth v West Brom League Cup Betting Tips

The Cherries are in some confident form at the moment, winning their last three on the bounce and five of their last six. They aren’t giving much away at the back either as they have kept four clean sheets in their last six matches. That is more than enough to suggest that they can throw down a decent challenge to Premier League outfit in the fourth round of the League Cup. The Cherries scored a huge 3-0 away win at Cardiff in the previous round so they know that they are not going to be out of their depth in this one. At a price of 13/10 punters are going to be having a very long hard look at backing them to progress.

Bournmenth cracked off an 8-0 win at Birmingham on the weekend, with a hat trick from Marc Pugh and they have the in-form Callum Wilson as 6/5 favourite in the anytime goalscorer market, while Dan Gosling has netted four goals in three League Cup games this season and is probably worth a look at a price of 8/1 as an outside shot. They are in superb form, they look confident and have won six (L1) of their last seven in all competitions, scoring two or more goals in all but one of those six victories during that stretch. Their last two meetings with West Brom have both been in the League Cup, and the Cherries have come out on the losing end in both. They may get a chance to make amends.

The Baggies have struggled for clean sheets this season, which will lend weight to them falling in an upset. They have also won just one of four away games this season. Saido Berahino is in superb form for them at the moment and the future England star is a 6/5 shot in the anytime goalscorer market. He scored in each of his last five games played (six goals in total) and is value in the goalscorer markets therefore. Chris Brunt has assisted three goals in his last three appearances in this competition. They don’t have the form that Bournemouth have, with no win in their last three. They may have to dig very deep in this one to make it through to the quarter finals.

Bournemouth v West Brom League Cup Betting Odds

Bournemouth 13/10, West Brom 13/8, Draw 11/5

Bournemouth v West Brom League Cup Predictions

There probably is going to be goals in this one, so worth looking over 2.5 goals for your betting. Given the way that Bournemouth are going at the moment, they have to be backed in the outright market on home soil. They have both the defence and the attack to take on an average looking West Brom side and could be value for the win.

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26th October 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Premier League Betting

West Brom v Manchester United Betting Preview

The Baggies have never taken a home win over the Red Devils in the Premier League, but there is a first time for everything, the home fans will be thinking. The Baggies go as underdogs for the match, and their fate will be down to how quiet they can keep the powerful United attack. Will Louis van Gaal be able to keep the Manchester United revival going a bit longer?

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West Brom v Manchester United Betting Tips

The Baggies seemed to finally have gotten their season going when they took back to back league wins against Spurs and Burnley. Those are their only two victories of the season in the top flight, and while they lost 2-1 at Anfield last time out, they were a bit unlucky to do so. They have had far improved performances as the season has worn on, and a bit of pluck and spirit could see them get at the United back line which is far from perfect. West Brom scored on their travels to White Hart Lane and Anfield recently, so they should be able to convert back on home soil against United. Both Teams To Score in the match looks a solid bet to roll with and is quoted at a price of 4/6 with online bookmaker Paddy Power.

If they can get ahead, they could hang on, as United have scored just one of their thirteen goals in the last 30 minutes of games. Saido Berahino is enjoying a profitable season in front of goal, having scored six in nine competitive appearances. He has scored all but one of them at the Hawthorns and he is up as a 5/2 shot in the anytime goalscorer market. The Baggies haven’t gotten a lot of chance out of playing Premier League matches on a Monday, winning just two of their previous 18 (L9 D7). While they may be backable to avoid defeat, the stats don’t suggest a win, because they have never triumphed at home over United in the Premier League. The Baggies have lost six (D1) of their seven previous EPL games against the Red Devils at home.

The natural tendency to look for in this is goals, because it should be a high scoring match up. Eight of the last ten between them have gone over 2.5 goals, so that looks a sound bet. United are on the up, having won their last two league matches back to back and have posted three wins in their last four. Their last two victories have come by a 2-1 scoreline, and a Manchester United 2-1 Correct Score wager is trading at a price of 8/1 with online bookmaker Paddy Power. United have returned a healthy 11 goals in their last four matches in the top flight, so no-one can question their attacking power. They aren’t great at the back however, and their recent back to back wins have been achieved courtesy of a fair degree of luck. Going forward Robin van Persie has four goals and two assists in his last seven Premier League appearances against West Brom and Angel Di Maria has scored three and assisted three goals for United in his five English top flight appearances so far.

West Brom v Manchester United Betting Odds

Manchester United 8/11, Draw 3/1, West Brom 4/1

West Brom v Manchester United Predictions

The visitors are the favourites and it’s hard to argue with that on balance, just because of the weight of their attack. Their defence can’t be backed to keep a clean sheet though, so take an option of both teams to score in the game as well as the game producing a high return over 2.5 goals. A win may be too big of an ask for the Baggies, and while they can threaten United, the visitors will likely have too much punch up top for the home side to deal with.

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16th October 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Brendan Rodgers (Liverpool)

Liverpool v West Brom Betting Preview

Where are the Reds going to find confidence from at the moment? Brendan Rodgers’ men put in another disjointed, limp display to lose in the Champions League during midweek. Having lost two of their three league matches at Anfield this season, punters are likely to desert them, especially with West Brom having a good bit of form going against the Anfield crew. Liverpool are 2/5 to win the match, with the visiting Baggies at a 6/1 quote and the draw at 4/1.

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Liverpool v West Brom Betting Tips

The Reds have not looked very strong in defence this season, with new signings Dejan Lovren not fully taking up the leadership role back there. They have just the one clean sheet on the board in the Premier League this term. The Reds again produced a sub-par performance during the week, losing out at St Jakobs Park in the Champions League at FC Basel. It was a loss which could put their qualification hopes in big doubt having to now face Real Madrid in back to back group games. Back in the Premier League, they have lost two of their three home matches (Man City and Aston Villa) and they haven’t posted a win in any of their last four competitive games played now. Four of their six league matches have gone over 2.5 goals this season.

Until Daniel Sturridge gets going again, Liverpool are going to struggle up front. Mario Balotelli is totally avoidable in the goalscorer markets and he is looking like a bit of a misfit. The Italian is trading at even money for Saturday’s clash with West Brom, with Sturridge at 5/6. The England man does have form against the Baggies, scoring in three of his five Premier League appearances against them, including in both games for Liverpool last season. Just to sum up Liverpool’s demise in attack this season, Crystal Palace, Leicester and Hull have all scored more league goals than the Reds have this season.

West Brom on the other hand have seen an upturn in fortunes for the season. After failing to pick up a win in any of their opening league games to the season (failing to score in three of them as well) they have turned the corner. They have won their last three games in all competitions, beating Spurs at White Hart Lane in the league and thrashing Burnley at the Hawthorns, sandwiching a home win over Hull in the League Cup. In the league they have now recorded back to back clean sheets so could perhaps stand up to a test against Liverpool’s out of sorts attack. Saido Berahino is their top shot in the time goalscorer market at a price of 4/1. West Brom have won three and lost just one of their last five Premier League matches against the Reds. They are going to be a tempting option for punters this season, because confidence goes a long way. Alan Irvine’s men are a big price in the outright market, so punters may snap up 2/1 odds on a West Brom-Draw Double Chance.

Liverpool v West Brom Betting Odds

Liverpool 2/5, Draw 4/1, West Brom 6/1

Liverpool v West Brom Predictions

How much pressure will Brendan Rodgers be under if he loses this one? The tough questions have to come, because Liverpool, for all of their summer spending, have looked far worse this season than they did last term. The Baggies are a prime example of what confidence can do, that underdog victory at White Hart Lane has sparked them into life and they could be value to snatch a point at Anfield.

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2nd October 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Southampton v West Brom Betting Preview

The Saints were highly impressive in their defeat at Liverpool on the opening weekend of the season, so after their summer of selling, there were positive signs that they could be alright. There should be a good chance of picking up three points at home against West Brom who had to battle for a point against Sunderland at home in their opener.

Southampton v West Brom Betting Tips

The Saints are favourites here after their new signings slotted seamlessly in the line-up for their trip to Anfield last weekend. They lost the game, but could so easily have won it too. The Saints have only ever scored five goals in their previous eight Premier League matches against West Brom, with three of those games ending in 1-0 victories for Southampton, including the two meetings last term. Wouldn’t be an unreasonable option to gun for a Southampton 1-0 Correct Score to arise here for a price of 6/1 with Boylesports. Southampton have netted 11 goals in their last five Premier League games, so they should get on the scoreboard. There is a decent chance of both teams not scoring in this one for a price of even money which looks a bit of value. The previous eight Premier League meetings between them have averaged just 1.6 goals, so shoot comfortably under 2.5 goals.

West Brom’s Saido Berahino was the only player in the opening round of Premier League fixtures to score more than one goal. That should make him a decent 7/2 shot in the anytime goalscorer market. In the month of August in the Premier League, West Brom have scored a total of two goals in their last nine away games during the month. So it points to them being slow road starts to the new season. They have never won a Premier League match in August away from the Hawthorns. West Brom have won just one of their last 21 visits to St Mary’s in all competitions, a pretty poor return and should make them vulnerable in this one. Both of these have been involved in three high scoring draws (2-2) during the calendar year, no club has experienced more.

Southampton v West Brom Betting Odds

Southampton 17/20, Draw 5/2, West Brom 3/1

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Southampton v West Brom Predictions

Punters will be liking Southampton for a win in this one and rightly so. The defensive weakness of West Brom should at least give the Saints a good shot at a win on home turf, especially if they play the way they did at Anfield. Expect the low scoring trend between these two to continue and get behind the Saints for a low scoring win. Under 2.5 goals is a decent shot at 5/6 with Boylesports.

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21st August 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting


West Brom v Sunderland Betting Preview

The Baggies have gone for a brave option in an untested manager, as Alan Irvine comes in to try and pick up the pieces at the Hawthorns. Will they be able to get back together after a difficult term last season, or will Sunderland be able to roll into the Midlands and make life for Irvine, in his first Premier League match, very uncomfortable?

West Brom v Sunderland Betting Tips

The Baggies only managed fourth from bottom last season, three points clear of the drop zone. They just couldn’t get their act together at all. West Brom won just seven games last term, the lowest win count in the division (jointly with relegated Cardiff). So there needs to be a huge turnaround at the Hawthorns and the struggle they had was a bit of a surprise given the squad that had been assembled. They have been changing up the squad in the summer, including bringing in Craig Gardner in from Sunderland.

They also have Brown Ideye now to look for for goals, and he is trading at a price of 7/4 with online betting site Stan James for this one. It cost ten million to bring him over from Dinamo Kiev and there is a lot of hope hanging on the shoulders of the 25 year old Nigerian. A lot of pressure on a début season. Despite the doom and gloom around the Hawthorns, they have actually won the last five home matches against the Black Cats and they could be some decent value to back in this one to pick up the win.

Meetings between these have been pretty high scoring affairs, and only two of the last eleven played between them have gone under 2.5 goals. So expect the goals to come, and you can back that by taking Both Teams To Score or just go straight over 2.5 goals with Stan James in this one. Both won their respective home matches in the league last season, the Baggies posting a 3-0 win at the Hawthorns in September. West Brom’s last four opening matches to a Premier League season have produced 14 goals in total.

Guys Poyet is the fourth different manger that the Black Cats have had on the opening weekend in the last four seasons. Last season they looked doomed at Christmas, sitting bottom of the table, but with a flourish, including thirteen points from their last six games, they pulled themselves clear. A lot of credit goes to Gus Poyet for that, and if only away games counted last season, the Black Cats would have been in the top half of the table. But with just the one win in the last nine against the Baggies, they are rightly underdogs on the road here.

West Brom v Sunderland Betting Odds

West Brom 6/5, Draw 23/10, Sunderland 5/2

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West Brom v Sunderland Predictions

The records hint towards the Baggies pulling a win out of the bag in this one. Expect the game to break the 2.5 goal mark, but there is plenty enough value in the Baggies to pick up maximum points as they have done in their last five home games against the Black Cats.

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15th August 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Football News

Next West Brom manager betting produced an active new market on Monday, as the Baggies parted company with Pepe Mel. The Spaniard, who brought in halfway through the season to replace Steve Clarke, didn’t strike the right chord with the squad at hand. Mel only won three of 17 matches that he was in charge of at West Brom and subsequently they only finished one place and three points above the relegation zone.

The Baggies were sitting in 14th when he took over in January, and Mel had to deal with some big issues in the dressing room. There was the sacking of Nicolas Anelka after the Frenchman had decided to quit following a fine and suspension for his ‘quenelle’ goal celebration. Then there was a much hyped fight between Saido Berahino and James Morrison.

While the Baggies managed to secure a fifth consecutive season in the English top flight, it was a massively disappointing season for them, especially having quite a decent looking squad at their disposal. So now the search for a new West Brom manager heats up.

Malky Mackay, who was sacked from Cardiff this season is trading as the early favourite in Next West Brom manager betting at 3/1 with Bet365. Brian McDermott, who left Reading last year to take over the reins at Championship side Leeds is priced up at 4/1.

Former Norwich boss Chris Hughton is trading at 4/1 as well, with Derek McInnes, Tim Sherwood and Neil Lennon at 8/1. The market options then start getting pretty long, from ousted Manchester United boss David Moyes as 12/1 and everyone else longer than that.

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12th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football News

Premier League Betting

Sunderland v West Brom Betting Preview
All credit due to Black Cats boss Gus Poyet. After looking destitute and doomed in the early part of April, three wins on the bounce has given them a huge chance of survival. Can they follow up their win at Old Trafford on the weekend with at least a point at home against a West Brom side who are just about clear of relegation worries thanks to goal difference?

Sunderland v West Brom Betting Odds at online bookmaker Ladbrokes
Sunderland Evens, Draw 2/1, West Brom 3/1

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Sunderland v West Brom Betting Tips:
The Black Cats are on a three match winning streak and this game in hand over the clubs beneath them, could be the one which sees them safe. A point would do the job because even if they then lost their final game, while Norwich won their theirs, Sunderland have a far superior goal difference to that of the Canaries. So there is a big light at the end of the tunnel and what an escape act it will have been. So they are unbeaten in four now (ten points) and seven of those points were accumulated against Man City, Chelsea and Manchester United. Now they remain at the Stadium of Light for their last two remaining matches. Their last home match produced a 4-0 win over Cardiff and that snapped a four match winless streak there. The Black Cats have only managed a W4 D3 L10 record at home this season, but they surely are going to have enough confidence now to retain their Premier League status.

Sunderland have scored in all six Premier League matches at home against West Brom, but they have only managed to win one of those. That would suggest that there could be some value in taking a shot at the Both Teams To Score Market for a price of 4/6 with Ladbrokes. Connor Wickham is the man of the moment for Sunderland, who has scored five and assisted one in his last four Premier League games. Wickham is trading at 11/8 in the anytime goalscorer market. If the Black Cats can get a win on the board, it will be the first time since 2000 that they will have recorded four successive Premier League wins. Question marks? Well Sunderland have won only two of their 16 Premier League games against sides currently in the bottom half D5 L9. Against teams currently in the bottom half, Sunderland have only scored five goals in seven games. Four of those game in the recent 4-0 win over Cardiff.

West Brom have won seven and drawn one of their last eight Premier League against Sunderland, scoring 22 times in the process. The Baggies are only one point above Sunderland heading into this one, and suffered a 1-0 defeat at Arsenal on Sunday. The Baggies have only won one of their last four in the league and they have only posted three away wins all season. They have lost their last two on the road (at Man City and Arsenal) and have lost six of their last eight away games. West Brom’s last two wins in the top flight both came by a 1-0 scoreline. This game doesn’t scream out as if it will be a high scoring one, not with the Black Cats just need a draw. Under 2.5 goals is trading at 4/5 with Ladbrokes. The Baggies have drawn the most Premier League games this season (15) but haven’t posted one on the road in 2014.

The Baggies took a 3-0 win over Sunderland at the Hawthorns earlier in the season. The Black Cats have struggled against the Baggies in the Premier League but are confident enough here. Would just stick this one under 2.5 goals for even money.

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Form (all competitions)
Sunderland LLDWWW, West Brom LDWDLW

Stat Attack
Sunderland have won one of six Premier League home games against West Brom
The Baggies have won seven and drawn one of their last eight EPL games against Sunderland
Sunderland have won 2 of 16 games against sides currently in the bottom half this term
The Black Cats have taken more points from their last three games that in the previous 11
West Brom have drawn the most games this season in the top flight

5th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Man City v West Brom Betting Preview
The Citizens have gone off the boil at the wrong time of the season and saw their Premier League title dreams slip through their fingers in a home draw against Sunderland in the week. The Baggies, still with a game in hand over almost everyone beneath them, still have to be a bit concerned about relegation.

Man City v West Brom Betting Odds at online bookmaker Boylesports
Man City 2/9, Draw 6/1, West Brom 11/1

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Man City v West Brom Betting Tips:
This should be a winnable home game for the Citizens, but they were expected to do the number on Sunderland during the week. That didn’t happen. So now they are realistically out of the title picture, so will just have to push towards confirming a top three finish and prepare for next season. They start this one as favourites as they have only lost the one home game this term and have netted at an average of 3.4 goals per game at the Etihad. Pretty immense and they have only conceded 0.75 per game too. Top stats all around. As 75% of their home games have gone over 2.5 goals this season, would shoot for that at a price of 1/3 there. City pretty much have nothing left to play for now so they will probably relax into this one.

Sergio Aguero has netted three goals in four EPL games against West Brom. Aguero is trading at a price of 1/2 in the anytime goalscorer market, with Alvaro Negredo and Edin Dzeko both at 4/5. The Citizens have only won one of their last four Premier League matches, but will be expected to land three points here. The last time that they went two Premier League home games without a win was back in December of 2012. They have only failed to score in one of their last 66 Premier League home games and in that run, they have netted 177 times. Something has happened to their defence though as they have conceded seven goals in their last four league matches and that was after posting five clean sheets on the bounce prior to that.

But are the Baggies strong enough to capitalize on any weakness at the back from City? The Baggies have only won one of their last four, like City have. They definitely haven’t been a good away side this term as they have won just three times on the road, but two of those wins have come in their last three games outside of the Hawthorns. The Baggies are unbeaten in their last three and have continued their penchant for drawing matches. Two of their last three games have ended in 3-3 draws which doesn’t say much about their defence. They blew a 3-0 lead at home against Tottenham last weekend. City should be able to punish them therefore. They have only taken away two points from six previous Premier League matches at the Etihad so certainly are not any bankers there to grab a win. Even though they have a game in hand, they aren’t out of the relegation weeds just yet.

Should be a fairly routine home win, especially after the Citizens slipped up at home during the week. You have to imagine that there will be a response from them there. City won 3-2 at the Hawthorns earlier in the season and would expect them to do the double. May be worth pushing the boat out to over 3.5 goals for a price of 5/6

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Form (all competitions)
Man City WWDWLD, West Brom LWLDWD

Stat Attack
Sergio Aguero has 3 goals in 4 EPL games against the Baggies
West Brom have taken a D2 L4 record from six Premier League visits to the Etihad
WBA have taken six points from their last three away games in the league
City have conceded seven goals in their last four games

19th April 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

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