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Three clubs will drop into the Championship this season although it’s anyone’s guess as to which three will be relegated

Crazy times in the English Premier League considering that well over £1 billion was spent by the twenty clubs during the summer transfer window.

The influx of television money from Sky Sports and BT Sport meant that every outfit could afford to splash far more cash than usual and it’s never been more important to remain a top flight outfit in the age of mega money.

However, the rules remain the same. Three teams must leave the Premier League come May, with Aston Villa, Newcastle and several other sides queuing to get back into the big time and knowing that some space will be made at the end of the season.

It’s hard to pick three sides, even if the promoted pair of Burnley and Hull City head the Premier League relegation market, with the Tigers heavily punted before a ball was even kicked.

Mike Phelan’s team then beat Leicester and Swansea before nearly nabbing a point against Manchester United although they are no bigger than 10/11 (Coral) to be among the trio of clubs biting the bullet.

Meanwhile, the Clarets have already beaten Liverpool this term although they are also odds-on to become a yo-yo club by dropping down to the second tier within the space of twelve months.

Both clubs will feel they can finish 17th or higher, especially with Sunderland, Watford, Swansea, West Brom, Middlesbrough and Bournemouth having similar sized budgets.

David Moyes didn’t take long to admit that his side could be in for a relegation scrap this term, not the words that the Black Cats supporters wanted to hear after Sam Allardyce had steered them out of choppy waters last term.

Watford are clearly an unknown quantity under Walter Mazzarri although early performances have been bright, while Swansea allowing Andre Ayew and Ashley Williams to leave in the summer could be telling for the Welsh club despite the new ownership at the Liberty Stadium.

Does Tony Pulis do relegation? He managed to keep Stoke in the top flight every season and has done the same with Crystal Palace and West Brom so far. However, the Welshman admits that a lack of signings could lead to a struggle this season and the Midlands side seem short of goals.

Twelve months ago, we might have considered Leicester City as relegation material, although their title success surely suggests they are immune from the drop, although the likes of Southampton and Stoke are certainly not.

The Potters captured Wilfried Bony on deadline day although the early signs have not been particularly encouraging and Mark Hughes is under pressure to deliver. Meanwhile, the Saints have been shipping players for the past few seasons and Claude Puel has a tough act to follow after Mauricio Pochettino and Ronald Koeman.

If push comes to shove, we will nominate Burnley, Swansea and Southampton as the three sides that could find the going tough this season but it’s anyone’s guess.

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16th September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Pulis favourite to be first top flight manager axed, although Alan Pardew and Francesco Guidolin also vulnerable

Tony Pulis has been one of the successful managers in the history of the Premier League. Yes, his teams have usually finished in the bottom half of the table, although his ability to keep Stoke City, Crystal Palace and West Brom in the top flight has been remarkable.

Pulis isn’t a quitter by nature, although the Welshman might feel as though his time at The Hawthorns is coming to an end. Indeed, the Premier League Sack Race market has him at 5/4 favourite with bet365, although William Hill go as short as 8/11 that he’s out of a job before his nineteen counterparts.

The problem is there for all to see. Pulis hasn’t been backed by the Baggies in the transfer window. Yes, the Albion manager received five extra players for the squad although there was a lack of “quality midfielder” and it might be that the former Potters boss doesn’t want to continue struggling with a squad of modest quality.

Alan Pardew is another manager whose odds have shortened since the season began and Crystal Palace have been on a downward trajectory throughout 2016, with the Eagles struggling for wins and goals during the calendar year.

The absence of a quality forward has been glaring and the arrival of Christian Benteke looks like a final throw of the dice for Pardew despite his strong affiliation with the club.

William Hill go 7/2 that the Eagles boss gets the chop first, although we prefer the chances of Francesco Guidolin at Swansea, with the Italian having seen his team lose successive matches against Hull and Leicester.

Like several other Premier League clubs, the Swans are under new ownership and we know that buyouts often lead to those in charge wanting to change a football manager for their own guy.

Guidolin was installed in odd circumstances last season after Garry Monk toiled away in the early part of the season, with chairman Huw Jenkins travelling far and wide before deciding on an Italian manager who was a virtual unknown outside of the UK.

At odds of 8/1, he looks vulnerable and the same could be said of Walter Mazzarri who has seen his Watford side take just a point from their opening three matches.

On the flip side, they did land a 1-1 draw at St Mary’s before narrow home defeats against Chelsea and Arsenal, with the Watford owners potentially about to allow their compatriot some more time after encouraging performances.

Claude Puel at Southampton is a 16/1 chance and the Frenchman will surely be given until Christmas to get things right at St Mary’s, while David Moyes is a similar price and has rolled his sleeves up in preparation for a relegation battle at the Stadium of Light.

Those six managers seem the most vulnerable at the moment and we’ll be watching how things unfold at The Hawthorns to see if the bookies are right to stay on the right side of Tony Pulis.


9th September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

West Brom

West Brom v Middlesbrough Betting Preview – Premier League 28th August

Boro have made a bright start to the new season with four points from their opening two games and summer signing Alvaro Negredo has had a tremendous impact with one goal and two assists. So Boro are carrying an attacking threat into the game and they may fancy their chances at The Hawthorns. West Brom lost last week at home, going down against Everton, not being able to follow up their positive win on the opening weekend at Crystal Palace. With Boro looking pretty solid so far, can they heap some more home misery on the Baggies?

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West Brom v Middlesbrough Betting Tips

West Brom have made an indifferent start to the new season. They pulled of an away win at Crystal Palace on the opening weekend of the season against the odds a little bit but then they went back to the Hawthorns last weekend and couldn’t follow it up, getting beaten on home soil by Everton. So West Brom look again as if they are going to be hit and miss. However, they do have a stretch of form running against Middlesbrough though, winning their last four league encounters against them on the bounce and scoring eleven unanswered goals in that sequence of games. But then again, they two clubs haven’t met since the 2009/10 Championship season. So West Brom have scored exactly one goal in both of their games this season and it’s hard to see them getting more than that in a game. They will face a pretty organized Boro defence as well and there is a quote of 1/2 on the game going under 2.5 goals.

Up front the Baggies have Salomon Rondon at 11/5 in the anytime goalscorer market, with Saido Berahino (who has just one goal in his last 26 Premier League appearances) at 7/4. You stack those somewhat limited options up against what Boro can bring to the table then the visitors look some value. Alvaro Negredo could turn out to be a really smart investment by Boro over the summer and the Spaniard has already returned one goal and two assists in two games for the club. He is just the top of the kind of scoring power that West Brom are lacking and Negredo is a 9/4 anytime goalscorer option which has to be decent value given the start he has made. He netted on the opening weekend in a 1-1 draw with stoke then set up both of Cristhian Stuani’s goals in last weekend’s 2-1 win on the road at Sunderland. It is a little surprisingly that they haven’t taken a clean sheet yet, but they don’t look like they will ship boat loads.

So as well as Negredo then you have Christian Stuani who must be high on confidence and he is running at a price of 11/4 to strike again this week. They also have David Nugent who has form against West Brom as he has scored in both of his league games against the Baggies at the Hawthorns and he is a price of 5/2. They just have more options and variety up front than what West Brom can call on and that could make all the difference in this one. Both teams to score in the match will return you a price of 21/20 with online betting site Bet365 and Boro have only managed the one clean sheet in their last nine trips to the Hawthorns in all competitions. Boro have conceded just 33 goals in 48 league games since the start of last season and they have completed double the number of passes that West Brom have this season.

West Brom v Middlesbrough Betting Odds

West Brom 8/5, Draw 21/10, Middlesbrough 21/10

West Brom v Middlesbrough Predictions

There is a sense of a drawing playing itself out here because the Baggies aren’t likely going to have enough goals to topple Boro and Boro are still a newly promoted side finding their way in the top flight. However because of the confidence start which they have made to the new season in the top flight, Boro may just be enough value there to go and back to win the game outright or at least cover in a draw no bet. Under 2.5 goals as well.

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27th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

West Brom

West Brom v Everton Betting Preview – Premier League 20th August

The Baggies will have taken some confidence from an away win at Crystal Palace last weekend. They weren’t particularly favourites to get out of Selhurst Park with all three points after having done nothing in the transfer market over the summer. They got their win and now return to the Hawthorns for the visit of Everton. The Toffees had to settle for a share of the spoils in their tough home opener against Tottenham last weekend. Will they get anything out on the road or will the Baggies come good again?

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West Brom v Everton Betting Tips

Well the Baggies went out and put a win on the board last weekend. They rolled into Selhurst Park and got out with a 1-0 win, which not many punters really will have seen coming. Next it is on to their opening home fixture of the season when Everton come to visit on Saturday. The Baggies have struggled for league wins over Everton recently and with them not dipping into the transfer market over the summer, things are pretty much same-old same-old for them. The Baggies have managed just two wins in their last ten Premier League games against Everton now and they went down 3-2 in this corresponding fixture last season. That high goal return was out of the norm as five of the last six clashes between these two in the English top flight have gone under the 2.5 goal line. You can back this one to do so as well at a price of 4/7 with online betting site Bet365.

The Baggies have not won any of their last three at home against Everton in the Premier League (D1 L2) and they aren’t in good home form overall. They rounded off last season at the Hawthorns in miserable fashion with a D1 L3 record from their last four played there. The last time that they went five in a row in the league without a win back only in December 2014. It was Salomon Rondon who netted the winner for the Baggies against Palace on the weekend, making it a three-game scoring streak for him in the top flight. Saido Berahino was the last man to score four in a row for West Brom just back in October 2014. Rondon to score anytime during the match is a good 2/1 shot with Berahino a little longer at a quote of 9/4. Since Tony Pulis took over at West Brom, only Arsenal, Man City and Man Utd have managed more clean sheets than they have during that period.

Everton will be relatively pleased with their draw against Spurs last weekend at Goodison Park. A decent return for new boss Ronald Koeman. Interestingly the Toffees are on a poor run of form away from home though carrying on from last season. They failed to win any of their last six road games last season in a D2 L4 sequence. So a lot of improvement to come. They have signed the exciting and quick Yannick Bolasie from Crystal Palace, who incidentally faced West Brom last weekend. The Toffees need to get Romelu Lukaku going as his goal drought in the top flight continued last weekend. He has gone without a single goal or an assist in any of his last nine Premier League outings. He can be backed at a quote of 7/4 for this one to score at anytime. The Toffees have gone unbeaten in their last three visits to the Hawthorns and Everton’s only loss in their last seven Premier League matches against West Brom was in February this year (W3 D3 L1).

West Brom v Everton Betting Odds

West Brom 2/1, Draw 12/5, Everton 17/10

West Brom v Everton Predictions

Two sides looking for respective form home and away. That may mean this one ends up in parity and the draw in the match outright looks a bit of value. Everton will steadily get sharper under Koeman and they can be happy with their work against Spurs last weekend. West Brom will have earned big confidence from their away win last season, but they may not be able to back it up with another triumph. Score draw.

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18th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace v West Brom Betting Preview – Premier League, 13th August

The Eagles will be hoping for a lot better in the second half of 2016. They struggled to put wins on the board as the new year rolled in last season, although they did fight their way to the FA Cup Final. But pressure will be on Alan Pardew to start landing the league wins that their squad has the potential to be delivering. West Brom have been a quiet over the summer, only having splashed out on Matt Phillips to try and bring them the extra goals that they so badly needed.

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Crystal Palace v West Brom Betting Tips

How will Palace go for the rest of 2016? It’s interesting that they won just two of their 19 Premier League matches played during 2016, losing twelve of those as well. They went alright over the first half of last season, but when the turn of the new year came, it was pretty much all downhill. But they do have an exciting squad there and Alan Pardew is going to have to get something going quickly else he will be under massive pressure. Crystal Palace have won only one of their last eight matches played at Selhurst Park on the opening day of a new season (D1 D4 L3) so not a great record. They also have managed only the one win in their last 13 at home against the Baggies (W3 D6 L4). But going back to their potential in the squad, there is pace and power in it, they need someone who can stick the ball in the back of the net though.

They have bolstered their squad a little bit in the signings of Steve Mandanda, Andros Townsend and James Tomkins over the summer. Connor Wickham is a 15/8 price in the anytime goalscorer market for the match and he really needs to start firing for the Eagles. Of all of the Premier League clubs still in the top flight after last season, Palace have earned the fewest league points in the 2016 calendar year. So not good, but this feels like a fresh start. The Eagles have only lost one of their last five at home against West Brom and took a 2-0 win in the corresponding fixture from last season. The Eagles are a price of 2/1 to go out and win to nil on Saturday.

The Baggies have been quiet over the summer in the transfer market, only having brought in winger Matt Phillips from QPR. Will that be enough to give them an edge up front to what they had last season when they really struggled to put the ball in the back of the net. Only the relegated Aston Villa scored fewer goals than West Brom did last term and under the management of Tony Pulis they have netted just 53 goals in 56 Premier League matches. Not having won a game since March, the Baggies went nine games without a win on the board (D4 L5) to the end of the season. They are more suited to playing on the road actually, because they tighten up and play conservatively. If the Baggies are going to get anything out of this then it is going to have to be a low scoring game and under 2.5 goals is a price of 8/15.

Crystal Palace v West Brom Betting Odds

Crystal Palace 19/20, Draw 11/5, West Brom 16/5

Crystal Palace v West Brom Predictions

Judging by what the pair recorded last season you would expect this to be a pretty low scoring affair. The Baggies will likely  contain, while the Eagles struggled for any kind of output up front. There has to be more positivity coming from the home side in this one and that extra energy and impetus should see them land the victory. Home win.

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11th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

West Brom

West Brom v West Ham Betting Preview

West Ham have gone unbeaten in their last six Premier League games and are still in the mix for a shot at a top five finish this season. They go into the weekend four points behind 5th placed Manchester United though so can’t afford to drop any more points. The Hammers snapped a four match drawing streak with a win over Watford last time out and will be looking to back that up with three points against the Baggies who have taken just two points from their last six Premier League games. One of those was a battling point at White Hart Lane last weekend, pretty much ending Tottenham’s hopes of winning the league.

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West Brom v West Ham Betting Tips

West Brom are out of sorts at the moment without a win in any of their last six Premier League games (D2 L4). To their credit they put in a good second half showing at White Hart Lane against Spurs last time out to take a 1-1 draw. But realistically they were so poor in the first half that they should have been dead and buried in the game. The Baggies have managed to score only the two goals in their last six Premier League matches, so it is hard to picture them outscoring West Ham on the weekend. You can back the game to go under 2.5 goals at a price of 7/10 with online bookmaker Bet365. Seven of the last ten between these two clubs have actually ended in a draw so that could lend some value to the correct score market where a 1-1 is a 6/1 quote and a 0-0 is 8/1. WBA have engineered a league-low 169 goalscoring attempts from open play this season.

It is hard to get behind West Brom players in the goalscorer markets. For this one, Salomon Rondon is 9/4 in the anytime goalscorer market, with Saido Berahino at 2/1. 78% of Berahino’s goals since the start of last season have all been on at the Hawthorns. The Baggies actually rolled out a  4-0 win in this corresponding fixture last season and they have taken three clean sheets in their last four home games against West Ham. It is a little hard to see them taking one on the weekend though, even though they have been experts at that under Tony Pulis. The Baggies have a W2 D4 L5 record at home in their last eleven at the Hawthorns against West Ham, so the Hammers are the more likely to take the win in the weekend’s match.

The Hammers bounced back out a sequence of four drawn matches as they beat Watford 3-1 last time out. It is nine games without defeat now for West Ham in the top flight with a W4 D5 record in that sequence. They have been full of goals and attacking intent lately with fifteen league goals scored in their last six games alone. In that sequence of six game they have scored at last two goals in each of those as well, helped along by some penalty kicks. They have scored three penalties in their last two league games. Andy Carroll has been brilliant up front for the Hammers lately and he can be backed at 7/4 in the anytime goalscorer market. Carroll has netted six goals in his last six appearances for the Hammers. West Ham haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their last six top flight games, conceding an average of two goals per game in that sequence. Both teams to score in the game is a price of 5/6 on this one.

West Brom v West Ham Betting Odds

West Ham 21/20, Draw 12/5, West Brom 13/5

West Brom v West Ham Predictions

The Baggies don’t look like winning this fixture so would look to all the big value that is on West Ham’s shoulders heading into this one. The away form of West Ham hasn’t been that great this season, not compared to their awesome home form. However, you would expect their defence to do a good enough job against a lightweight West Brom attack. Away win.

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28th April 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Tottenham

Tottenham v West Brom Betting Preview

Spurs closed the gap a little to leaders Leicester last weekend, but saw the Foxes pull eight points clear again as they thumped Swansea on Sunday. So now the ball is back in Tottenham’s court as they look for another response. Spurs have produced some brilliant displays over the last couple of weeks to put as much pressure on the Foxes as they possibly can. That’s frankly all they can do from here on out, win all their games and hope Leicester slip up. Tottenham will be on the hunt for three points against West Brom side who have lost four of their last five in the top flight.

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Tottenham v West Brom Betting Tips

If Spurs only pick up a point in this one that will leave them with a seven point gap to Leicester with just three games to go. A loss and that’s eight points. So they have to produce a victory to keep some pressure on the Foxes, who have a tough run in still. Tottenham have gone unbeaten in their last six Premier League games at White Hart Lane, winning five of those and scoring 15 goals in total in that sequence of matches. In their last two top flight games, at home against Manchester United and on the road at Stoke, they have scored seven unanswered goals so they are on fire. A comfortable win for them against the Baggies will be expected. The last four wins that Spurs have put on the board in the top flight have all been with a clean sheet and it’s not unreasonable to expect them beat the Baggies to nil at a price of 4/6 either. Their last three league victories over the Baggies have been with a clean sheet.

Tottenham though have found West Brom to be stubborn opponents, having won only four of their last eleven against them in the top flight and have won just one of their last five against them in a W1 D3 L1 record. They lost 1-0 against West Brom at White Hart Lane last season in a bit of a surprise result. Overall though, that loss in their only one in their last twelve Premier League matches against West Brom in a W5 D6 L1 record. Harry Kane has produced a top quality season for the Lilywhites and he is 5/2 in the First Goalscorer market and in at 4/6 in the anytime goalscorer market as well. He needs goals to try and book the Premier League Golden Boot ahead of Aguero and Vardy. Tottenham have produced eleven wins in their last eighteen Premier League games on home soil and they have lost just two in that sequence. They know the deal, they have to show Leicester that they can respond. This one to go over 2.5 goals is a 4/6 quote with William Hill.

They face West Brom who are out of form at the moment. They have produced a terrible W0 D1 L4 record in their last five Premier League games and they have managed only the one victory in their last seven top flight games in a (W1 D2 L4) record. Not a team in great form though and they have managed to score only one goal in their last five Premier League games too, that coming in a 2-1 loss at Man City recently. So they don’t look a big threat to Spurs at the moment to be honest, but they have only lost one of their last five visits to White Hart Lane in the league in a W1 D3 L1 record. A look at their away form doesn’t make great reading for Baggies fans either. They have won only two of their last fifteen away from home in all competitions and have netted only one goal in their last three away from the Hawthorns. All of West Brom’s wins this season have been by a one goal margin and seeing them repeat their 1-0 win at the Lane from last season is a massive 28/1 shot in the correct score market.

Tottenham v West Brom Betting Odds

Tottenham 2/9, Draw 6/1, West Brom 14/1

Tottenham v West Brom Predictions

The Baggies sprung a White Hart Lane surprise on Tottenham last season, but don’t look likely to match that. Tottenham have to come out and have a go at this and they have proven that they can deliver over the last couple of weeks. It should be a comfortable home game for the LIlywhites and look probably to take a win to nil as well.

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24th April 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

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The Baggies have been going through a bit of a tough time in the top flight. Tony Pulis has seen his side lose three of their last four and won’t be looking forward to a trip to the Emirates on Tuesday night, as Pulis has lost his seven previous managerial visits there in the top flight. The Baggies have returned just the one goal in their last four Premier League games as well and with just one win in their last eleven on the road, look there for the taking.

But Arsenal have won just two of their last six on home soil and just four of their last three Premier League games overall. So it hasn’t been the greatest of form for Arsene Wenger’s men as they look to leapfrog Manchester City into third place with a home win. Fortunately Alexis Sanchez is on fire and has has scored or assisted seven goals in his last six Premier League games (four goals, three assists) after delivering just one in his previous 10.

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19th April 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Arsenal

Arsenal v West Brom Betting Preview

Arsenal will have watched Man City play out a 1-1 draw with Newcastle on Tuesday night which leaves the Citizens in their place in the top flight, just a point and palace above the Gunners. So Arsenal have good incentive to go out and put three points on the board against the Baggies to climb up into third place. West Brom have hit a sticky patch of form, their 1-0 home loss against Watford on the weekend sending them to three defeats in their last three Premier League matches. But with Arsenal just winning two of their last six at home, could the Baggies grind out a point?

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Arsenal v West Brom Betting Tips

The Gunners have thrown away another good shot at the Premier League title with their form since the turn of the year in the top flight. The Gunners have earned a W4 D6 L3 record only from their last thirteen Premier League games it hasn’t been top form at home from them either. They have earned just the two wins in their last six Premier League games at the Emirates. During that 13 match sequence, they have taken just one more victory than West Brom have actually managed. That’s where their title form has gone. The Gunners lost 2-1 at the Hawthorns earlier in the season and that was despite just conceding one shot on target in the game. They have won eight of their last ten home games against the Baggies though and that loss at the Hawthorns snapped a nine match unbeaten streak that they had going against them (W7 D2). Alexis Sanchez is even money in the anytime goalscorer market, and he has scored or assisted seven goals in his last six Premier League games (four goals, three assists) after delivering just one in his previous 10.

The Gunners have bagged only the two clean sheets in their last eight games in the top flight and yet they are a decent price of 11/10 to win to nil. Not only do they have good home form against the Baggies, but West Brom don’t pose a big attacking threat at the moment. Thirteen times before in the Premier League Arsene Wenger and Tony Pulis have gone head to head as managers and only one of those meetings have produced an away win. There have been seven defeats from seven visits to the Emirates for Tony Pulis in the top flight. Arsenal could hold a lead against Crystal Palace on the weekend, dropping more points in a 1-1 draw, giving them three draws in their last five Premier League games now (W2 D3). They have scored in each of their last nine Premier League games played and should be expected to win.

The Baggies have failed to win any of their last four games in the top flight, that was after putting some good form together of four games unbeaten. The last three defeats that the Baggies have suffered in the Premier League have been only by the one goal margin. You can back an Arsenal to win by a 1 goal margin outcome at a price of 11/4 with online betting site Stan James. That is is a wager which should have some appeal for punters with the Baggies having only netted the one goal in their last four league games. They have managed to put just the one away win in the bag out on the road in their last eleven so don’t look likely to take three points on Tuesday night. During the 51 Premier League games that Tony Pulis has been in charge of them, the Baggies have taken 21 clean sheets, a 41% return. The Baggies have recorded two clean sheet in their last five played.

Arsenal v West Brom Betting Odds

Arsenal 27, Draw 5.1, West Brom 12/1

Arsenal v West Brom Predictions

The Gunners have home form going against the Baggies put a win on the board in his one. They haven’t been on top of their game in terms of results lately, but the Baggies have fallen out of form and have lost to the likes of Watford and Norwich recently. The Gunners have the talent in their ranks to break the West Brom defence, but it may take them a while to break down the visitors. Look for Arsenal to win to nil, they had done so in three of their last four at home against the Baggies.

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19th April 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Manchester City

Manchester City v West Brom Betting Preview

If recent history between these two is anything to go by then you are looking at banker at the Etihad for Manchester City. They will be out looking for their ninth straight win over the Baggies and that’s the kind of head to head form that you can’t ignore. City need a win too to keep up the fight for a top four finish in the league. But West Brom haven’t been doing all to bad as of late with just the one loss in their last six. Will their poor record against the Citizens come back to haunt them though on Saturday evening?

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Manchester City v West Brom Betting Tips

City head back to domestic duty after playing out a 2-2 draw with PSG in the UEFA champions League quarter final first leg on Wednesday evening. It was a mixed performance where they weren’t too bad getting forward but they looked amateurish at times at the back. However, they face a West Brom side on Saturday who they have had a lot of success against in recent times. Manchester City have been struggling a bit for consistency in the Premier League but will be looking to build to a strong finish after beating Bournemouth 4-0 last weekend. They have to fight now because there are no guarantees yet that they are going to finish in the top four, thanks to pressure from Manchester United and West Ham in that regard. Manchester City will be expecting three points from this one after having won their last eight in a row against the Baggies.

This was a fixture on the opening day of the season when City went to the Hawthorns and took a 3-0 win. They have actually scored exactly three goals in each of their last five games against West Brom and you can take a shot at a Man City 3-0 correct score punt for a price of 15/2 with online betting site Betfred in this one. It is worth going over 2.5 goals therefore given the track record in recent meetings between these two and that is a 7/10. Sergio Aguero is trading at a price of 4/7 in the anytime goalscorer market, with the influential Kevin de Bruyne, who scored against PSG in the week at 6/5. David Silva may be worth a poke in the game as well as the Spaniard has also scored in each of City’s last three games against the Baggies, netting four in five against them. City have improved to just one goal conceded in their last four top flight fixtures.

The Baggies have recorded seven 1-0 victories, which is a league-high jointly with leaders Leicester City. The Baggies aren’t as lofty as the Foxes obviously and in seven other matches this season, they have failed to get a single shot on target. However, West Brom have been going along solidly enough lately with just the one defeat in their last six league matches (W3 D2 L1) but they have struggled to put wins on the board away from home. The Baggies have won only one of their last ten games away from the Hawthorns in the top flight and with their struggles against city, this looks to be a tough game for them. West Brom have lost 11 of the last twelve meetings with Manchester City since last beating them back in 2008. Salomon Rondo is a 3/1 anytime goalscorer option for them in the game, but the Baggies have managed to score just the one goal in their last four visits to City.

Manchester City v West Brom Betting Odds

Man City 1/3, Draw 4/1, West Brom 8/1

Manchester City v West Brom Predictions

If you  are looking at the recent head to head record between these two then it should be a comfortable afternoon for the Citizens to be honest, despite having played in the week. West Brom haven’t won enough on the road to suggest that they are going to go out and get the three points, so look for City to put a good win to nil on the board in this one.

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7th April 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting










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