West Brom vs. Everton - Betting preview and odds

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Published: 25/09/2015
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West Brom vs. Everton - Betting preview and odds

September 28, 2015 20:00pm - The Hawthorns

Premier League

The final game of this weekendís Premier League program features another two teams from the highly-congested mid-table zone as West Brom take on Everton at the Hawthorns.

Solid start for West Brom

West Bromwich Albion are unbeaten in three and look to have finally resolved the internal issues surrounding striker Saido Berahino. In fact, the 22-year-old scored the vital winner in the away match against rivals Aston Villa last Saturday.

That win was the second of the season for Tony Pulisí side who are now unbeaten in the last three games. The Baggies are currently residing in 12th place in the table on eight points.

Everton strong on the road

Everton may be six places above their opponents but they are separated by just a single point. The Toffees are also unbeaten in three games having played out two goalless draws against Swansea and Tottenham either side of a home win against Chelsea.

Team news

Everton will be without forward Kevin Mirallas who is suspended following his dismissal against Swansea while defender John Stones is also a slight doubt with a knee injury.

With the exception of goalkeeper Ben Foster who is out injured until January, the home side have no significant absences.

Recent form

West Brom: WDLDW

Everton: DWDLW

Betting odds and tips

Everton have yet to concede a goal on the road and West Brom have only found the net four times this season. Both teams have good defensive records with the home side having conceded just six goals all season and the visitors having conceded just five.

Everything points to a tight low-scoring game and it could take a single goal to separate the teams. The bookies have Everton have slight favourites over the home team and you can back Roberto Martinezís men to prevail by a single goal to nil at 15/2 with 888Sport.

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