Match Preview: West Bromwich Albion vs. Swansea

West Bromwich Albion’s four-match winning streak was momentarily put to a stop after suffering defeat in Chelsea’s hands.


Though the above-mentioned scenario was a bit frustrating, the club can find comfort and relief in the fact that they were not subjected in a massive thrashing. Their ability to limit a highly offensive squad speaks well of their defence.


In their last three matches, Wesst Brom was able to prevent their oppoonents from scoring two goals. They kept a clean sheet against Burnley, while Watford and Hull could only deliver a goal. There is a high possiblity that they will be using this advantage to turn the odds into their favor and eventually, monopolize the three points in this match.


West Brom is currently priced at 2, which is not that bad since they sport a good form. The team is undefeated in its four last matches and play well in their very own turf. They have won their last two encounters at home and is eager to snatch another important victory.


But though they have the momentum, this does not give them the luxury of being over confident most especially when they meet Swansea.


Indeed, the visitor is one of the rock bottom squads in the Premier League. It struggles on the 18th spot,  but just recently, they snatched an emphatic 3-0 win over Sunderland. They are showing crucial improvements.


Between the two, it is the Swans that will most likely to capitalize on their momentum. Priced at 3.92, surely, this deal is something that is worth the try.


Since this is going to be a down the wire match, there is a huge possibility for the match to end in 1-0 (7.83).


Date: 14 December 2016

Venue: The Hawthorns


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