West Bromwich Albion will be hoping to earn all three points this Monday, November 21st when the English Premier League weekend winds down and they host newly-promoted Burnley FC at the Hawthorns. West Brom edged reigning league champions Leicester City 2-1 on the road in their last match while Burnley downed Crystal Palace 3-2 at home.
West Bromwich Albion vs Burnley FC – bet365 Soccer Betting Line:
- bet365 currently lists West Brom as the favorites to win the game at 10/11 with Burnley 12/5 and a draw at 15/4
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West Bromwich Albion vs Burnley FC – Head to Head:
These two clubs last met in the 2014/15 Premier League season and played to a 2-2 draw in Burnley with West Brom winning 4-0 at home. Overall, these two sides have met 127 times in the past with West Brom winning 59, losing 45 and drawing the other 28. Each team has three wins, three losses and two draws in the last eight meetings. However, those are Burnley’s only three wins in the last 17 contests.
West Bromwich Albion – A Closer Look:
West Brom enters the weekend in 13th position with 13 points of three wins, four draws and four defeats. They’ve scored 12 goals and allowed 15 against in their 11 contests. The squad has lost 2-1 at home to Everton and 4-0 to Manchester City while beating West Ham 4-2 and drawing Middlesbrough 0-0 at Tottenham 1-1.
Manager Tony Pulis, who recently signed a one-year contract extension is unsure of the status of his injured players as forwards José Rondón, Nacer Chadli and Saido Berahino are all questionable for the game. West Brom is just three points ahead of 18th-place Hull City and the relegation zone and is 13 behind league-leading Liverpool.
Burnley FC – A Closer Look:
Newly-promoted Burnley enters the game in a respectable ninth place in the standings with 14 points from four wins, two draws and five losses. They’ve scored just 11 goals in 11 games and have allowed 15 against. They’re four points above the relegation zone and a dozen behind first-place Liverpool. Burnley’s on a decent run at the moment and enjoying a three-game undefeated string.
They have a pair of victories and a draw in their past three outings with home triumphs over Crystal Palace and Everton and a 0-0 draw away at Old Trafford with Manchester United. The draw with Man United was their first clean sheet and point away from home after losing 3-1 at Southampton, 3-0 at Chelsea and 3-0 at Leicester. Defender Stephen Ward is the lone player on the injury list and he could be back in time for Monday’s match.
West Bromwich Albion vs Burnley FC – Takeaway:
These are two teams which will be aiming for a mid-table finish this year, but in reality will be happy as long as they’re not relegated at the end of the campaign. This doesn’t look like the most exciting matchup on paper, but it should be a competitive game between two evenly-matched squads.
by Ian S. Palmer