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A sluggish start from West Brom has seen them struggle their way through the opening seven matches of the Premier League campaign, as they remain one of the three teams in the league yet to win.
To make matters worse, they gifted Fulham their first victory last weekend, with a 2-0 result at Craven Cottage, to make themselves and the Cottagers fairly short priced favourites for the drop.
Spurs will be happy with their form, as although they suffered a shock defeat in Europe at the end of last month, they’ve still won all four games that sandwiched that loss.
However, the two league victories in that time came at Burnley and hosting Brighton by finite one goal margins, although prior to that run they hammered both Southampton (5-2) and Man Utd (6-1) in their only other league trips, as their form on the road has been impeccable.
Indeed, they’ve won six of their seven trips this season across all competitions and it’s hardly as if the Saints and Red Devils are the easiest of opponents.
Spurs To Win And Over 2.5 Goals
By contrast, the Baggies lost convincingly to Leicester on the opening weekend of the season at the Hawthorns, although they bounced back well to come sprinting out the gates when Chelsea visited a fortnight later, scoring three goals inside the opening 27 minutes, but they were still unable to hold out for victory as the Blues proceeded to score three of their own.
They had to settle for a stalemate in their last outing here hosting Burnley, but this next one will likely prove a different test to that.
In fact, against the teams who are currently in the top half of the table, West Brom have seen a total of 18 goals from their four such matches, as Everton manged to put five past them and we’d expect this to follow a similar storyline.
Only the Foxes have outscored the Lilywhites’ 12 goals on the road so far this term and even Brendan Rodgers’ charges have played an extra road game than them, and so you’d have to think against what has been the worst defence in the league up to this point, we’re going to see a few goals.
Son Heung Min To Score Anytime
The man Jose Mourinho has relied upon this term has been Son Heung-Min. The South Korean has been in emphatic form with eight goals to his name already, as he leads the race for the golden boot along with Dominic Calvert Lewin, and considering he’s netted seven of those from his three outings on the road, we have to get behind him to add to that tally.