West Brom vs Hull City by Rahul

West Brom have been progressing well in the Premier League and now sit in a comfortable 8th spot in the table with 7 wins and 5 draws from their 19 games played. West Brom lost 2 difficult games over the recent few weeks against Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal, but on either side they have 5 wins, 1 draw during that period. Their last game saw them successfully beat Southampton by a score of 2-1 away from home, which will bring large confidence to the group at large. West Brom in front of their home fans have been strong and taking on tonight's opponents Hull City who have been struggling themselves, will give them some confidence that they can do better than the 1-1 result away at the KCom Stadium.


Hull City have been pretty horrific defensively conceding 39 goals across the entire season but will continue to miss key forward Abel Hernandez. While they played well in their last game with a solid outing drawing 2-2 with Everton after taking the lead twice, that hasn't gone so well for them when they have played on the road, with just 1 win and 1 draw in 9 games, conceding 21 goals. Robert Snodgrass has been the inspiration for the team, but I won't be surprised if he gets sold off in this winter window, with a lot of teams looking for a player of his quality to add to their ranks. Hull have failed to score a single goal in each of their last 5 away games and those struggles will definitely hamper them from getting a victory in this encounter; so I am not confident they will be able to come out with even a point from this game.


West Brom have looked solid defensively and started delivering results; and I expect them to come out as victors in this encounter.


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Pick Bookmaker Odds Stake Result
West Brom Bet365 1.95 8 3-1 WON (+7.6 units)
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