West Brom - Plymouth
England Championship - The Hawthorns
* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Odds and Top Predictions for West Brom vs Plymouth
West Brom will be eager to get back on their winning ways versus a rare team without an away win this season.
Both Teams to Score – Yes
- Plymouth has gone on four straight BTTS games in away matches
- West Brom covered this bet twice in a five-game span
- Two out of the last five h2h meetings ended with both teams scoring
West Brom to Win
- West Brom won three times in their past five home matches
- Plymouth is winless in away games this season
- West Brom defeated Plymouth in five straight competitive matches
Statistics and Current Market Odds for West Brom vs Plymouth prediction
West Brom's last five matches: DDWWL
Plymouth's last five matches: LWDLL
Here are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.
Here is the way the bookies have chosen the odds for the upcoming match:
West Brom odds: 8/11 (1.73) – 57.9%
Draw odds: 11/4 (3.75) – 26.7%
Plymouth odds: 5/1 (5.00) – 20%
West Brom vs Plymouth odds give the home team almost a 60 percent probability chance of taking the victory. With West Brom being the expected winner, the bettors will be looking to consolidate that statement with one of their own. Plymouth is one of only four teams left that haven't won an away game this season. Check out our dedicated football predictions today page for the latest picks and odds across the spectrum and these are some of your choices concerning this West Brom vs Plymouth clash: A Goalles First-Half can get you odds of 9/5 (2.80) – 35.7% and West Brom winning without conceding a goal is valued at 3/1 (3.00) – 33.3%.
West Brom vs Plymouth Lineups, Team News, and Match Preview
It was disappointing to lose their final game before the international break, especially after winning the two matches beforehand. West Brom will be without injured Jeremy Sarmiento, Josh Maja, Adam Reach, and Daryl Dike for the upcoming game.
Predicted lineup: Palmer, Kipre, Bartley, Pieters, Mowatt, Phillips, Yokuslu, Furlong, Diangana, Swift, Wallace.
In search of their first away win of the season, Plymouth will once again be an underdog when they visit West Brom on Saturday afternoon. A goalkeeper Michael Cooper is the only player out through injury for the guest team.
Predicted lineup: Hazard, Scarr, Gillesphey, Pleguezuelo, Edwards, Butcher, Houghton, Mumba, Cundle, Whittaker, Hardie.
Player to Watch: Jed Wallace
The versatile right-wing player, Jed Wallace leads the assists ranking for West Brom with three in eleven games that he was a part of this season. He added a goal to his record as well which makes him one of the more efficient players on the team. The 29-year-old is well adapted to his surroundings having arrived in West Brom two summers ago from Millwall.
He previously spent time at Portsmouth which sold him to Wolverhampton. However, he didn't pan out at the Premier League club and was loaned out to Millwall for two straight seasons before making a permanent move. He spent, in total, six years at Millwall before moving to his current club.
Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.