West Bromwich Albion are one of the most fervently-supported teams in the Premier League Under the managerial reign of Tony Pulis, they look like comfortable in the Premier League. The Hawthorns, West Brom’s home ground, provides a special atmosphere for the home team every other week and an inordinately tough one for opposition teams to crack. Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal have all lost at the Hawthorns in recent seasons. The Baggies now look certainties to survive each year.
Tony Pulis will hope for more excitement on the pitch in coming seasons but not at the expense of points in the standings.
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Whether it’s at the fortress of the Hawthorns or on the road, West Brom’s next match will be one they are desperate to win.
West Brom Season Schedule
The next games for West Brom will give you a great guide to their current form. As good as they can be, they also go through games where Pulis swaps his selection around, infamously targeting games against teams around them at the bottom of the table.
West Brom League Standings
While West Brom struggle to make it into the top half of the table, they’re all but guaranteed to retain their Premier League status. Is that the case this season, too?
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The Baggies finished the 2016-17 season in 10th spot. They finished with 45 points, nine away from the drop zone. Tony Pulis’ side were well organized defensively, allowing 51 goals in 38 games. They only scored 43 goals, once again showing where Pulis’ priorities lie.
Like most elite Premier League sides, the Baggies prefer playing their games at home. While they only won three away fixtures, West Brom were able to gain 16 road points, which was good for 11th best in the league. That kind of return is certainly nothing to write home about but West Brom are proficient enought at home to make sure they gain enough points to secure safety.
The Baggies won nine times at home, equating to three quarters of their victories. Accumulating 29 points was good enough for the 11th best home record in the Premier League.
Look to back the under in most West Brom games, especially when they’re playing at home. West Brom rarely concede a lot of goals in home fixtures and don’t have enough weapons up front to score in bundles. This trend should continue.
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