West Brom vs West Ham by Jamesington
Available at 1.83 with Unibet, BTTS has landed in 5 of the last 7 meeting between these two clubs. There are a bunch of stats from this season which also indicate the likelihood of the bet coming off and I really fancy a pretty open game between two sides whose home/away matches are amongst the highest in the division: West Brom's 7 home games have seen 21 goals (the 3rd most in the league) and West Ham's 6 away matches have featured 22 goals (4th highest in the Premier League).
The Baggies (who will be without midfielder Claudio Yacob and likely also James Morrison) have had a tough run of fixtures lately, losing their last 3 matches - against Newcastle, Chelsea and Arsenal, but certainly have enough in them to give West Ham a run for their money. Saido Berahino (although he has not scored in the last few matches) has scored 7 times this season and found the net in both matches against the Hammers last season.
In contrast, things seem to be going from good to better for West Ham who have already beaten Liverpool, Manchester City and Newcastle this year. They sit 5th in the table but are not as strong away from home as they are playing at Upton Park and will have to make do without top scorer Sakho who is not yet fit to return.
- Every single one of West Ham's away matches this season has seen both teams score!
- Before the Newcastle and Arsenal matches, West Brom had scored in 12 of 13 home matches.
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