West Brom vs Crystal Palace predictions for Saturday’s Premier League clash at The Hawthorns. Alan Pardew takes charge of West Brom for the first time on Saturday as they host Crystal Palace in the Premier League. Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.
West Brom vs Crystal Palace:Both Teams To Score
West Brom vs Crystal Palace:Draw 2-2
Reason For West Brom vs Crystal Palace Betting Tips
West Brom made another small stride the correct way in midweek as they grabbed a point at home to Newcastle, drawing 2-2 at The Hawthorns to take after on from their amazing 1-1 draw away to Spurs at the end of the week.
From that point forward The Baggies have appointed Alan Pardew as the man to take over from the sacked Tony Pulis, and the accomplished Premier League manager will hope to end their miserable winless streak on Saturday.
That won’t be an easy task however. West Brom haven’t tasted triumph since August, drawing six and losing six in the 12 games from that point forward. Admittedly they have enhanced since Pulis’ departure, however they’re coming up against an enhancing Crystal Palace side as well.
The Eagles come up against one of their many previous managers in Pardew, and they’re coming into the game off the back of a goalless draw away to Brighton. This, shockingly, makes it three games unbeaten for the guests, and they even managed a rare win against Stoke last end of the week.
This marks a significant change from the side who were such a shambles at the start of the season, and as far back as Wilfried Zaha came back from damage they have been a considerably more threatening power going ahead. Palace have now scored nine goals in their last seven Premier League games, compared to the past seven which saw them score none.
History is their ally as far as goals as well. They have gotten twice in each of their last four visits to The Hawthorns, and they’re coming up against a West Brom side without a clean sheet in 12 league games. Notwithstanding, Crystal Palace have managed only one clean sheet all season, and West Brom have scored in five of their seven home games this term. This makes backing Both Teams to Score an extremely attractive recommendation for us.
At last we’re expecting a tight match however, and given that four of The Baggies last six at home have finished all square, we’re going for a Draw alongside a 2-2 revise score forecasts.
West Brom have won three, drawn one, and lost two of their last six gatherings with Crystal Palace.
West Brom versus Crystal Palace Stats
West Brom have scored in 71% of their seven home Premier League games and face a Crystal Palace side who have kept a clean sheet in 7% of their league matches this season.
West Brom Team News
West Brom will be without Matt Phillips, Nacer Chadli, Craig Dawson, and James Morrison on Saturday.
Crystal Palace Team News
Lee Chung-yong and Connor Wickham remain on the sidelines for Crystal Palace.