West Bromwich Albion vs Sheffield Wednesday Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd November 2019

Baggies to bounce to another three points

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West Bromwich Albion vs Sheffield Wednesday Betting Tips – EFL Championship, 23rd November 15.00pm

Slaven Bilic’s West Bromwich Albion meet Garry Monk’s Sheffield Wednesday in the EFL Championship this Saturday. The Baggies may be sitting pretty at the top of the league, but they have picked up just three league wins at The Hawthorns this season. The Owls head to the Midlands without a win in three, though Wednesday will fancy their chances of causing an upset in this one. Who will come out on top at The Hawthorns in this fascinating fixture?

West Bromwich Albion vs Sheffield Wednesday Betting Odds*

West Bromwich Albion 10/11
Draw 13/5
Sheffield Wednesday 3/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 22nd, 2019 at 12:30 p.m.)
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West Bromwich Albion vs Sheffield Wednesday Live Stats & Betting Odds

West Bromwich Albion News and Form – Leaders to maintain unbeaten home record?

Slaven Bilic’s West Bromwich Albion are in good form, winning four and drawing two since their one and only league loss to Leeds United at Elland Road. Before the international break, Jake Livermore’s goal was enough to give West Brom a hard-fought 1-0 win at Hull City.

Albion have the best away record in England’s second tier at present, but eight sides have picked up more home points so far. Bilic’s boys have been far from prolific at The Hawthorns, winning three and drawing four of seven. However, they are one of only two teams yet to lose at home in this season’s Championship.

 

West Brom clean sheet
Yes7/4
No9/20

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West Brom will want to improve at home as the season progresses as they seek promotion back to the Premier League, starting with three points against Sheffield Wednesday this weekend. The home side go into this one as the 10/11 favourites.

West Bromwich Albion vs Sheffield Wednesday Head to Head

The two Championship meetings between West Brom and Sheffield Wednesday ended in draws last season

The pair drew 1-1 at The Hawthorns back in December last year, with Chris Brunt’s late goal rescuing a point for Albion

The Owls have not beaten the Baggies since April 2007

West Brom are unbeaten in the last six (three wins, three draws)

 

Key-Facts – West Bromwich Albion vs Sheffield Wednesday

  • The Baggies are currently two points clear at the top
  • Wednesday have failed to win any of their last three
  • West Brom have suffered just one league defeat this season

 

Sheffield Wednesday News and Form – Can the Owls shock the table-toppers?

Sheffield Wednesday have been hard to beat since Garry Monk took over at Hillsborough, but the Owls head to the Midlands without a win in three. Wednesday were involved in a thriller with Swansea City before the international break, drawing 2-2 with the Welsh club.

Sheffield Wednesday lost their last away match, but the Yorkshire side have been relatively solid on their travels. Overall, the Owls have won three, drawn one and lost four of eight away fixtures.

This will undoubtedly be a tough test for Sheffield Wednesday. West Brom have only lost one game in the Championship this season, and the Midlands club are two points clear at the top. Nevertheless, can Monk’s troops cause an upset this Saturday?

West Bromwich Albion vs Sheffield Wednesday Tips & Odds

West Bromwich Albion to win at 10/11
Matt Phillips to score first at 13/2
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 22nd, 2019 at 12:45 p.m.)

West Bromwich Albion vs Sheffield Wednesday Predictions

West Bromwich Albion win: Bilic’s Baggies are certainly the team to beat in the Championship this term. Albion have been beaten just once in 16 league matches, scoring 29 goals along the way. The Baggies will be going for a tenth Championship win of the season on Saturday.

Sheffield Wednesday have an excellent squad, full of talented players. However, it doesn’t get much tougher than a trip to The Hawthorns. It could be a close, but I can see the home team nicking the points. The West Brom win is available at 10/11.

Matt Phillips has been in excellent form at the start of this season. The 28-year-old, who is widely regarded as one of the best players outside of the Premier League, has scored six league goals already. Take a punt on Phillips to net first in this clash at 13/2.


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