JORDAN was spot on with his tip on Espanyol to beat their goal time and is now looking forward to a profitable Saturday.
He says: As much as West Brom don’t play exciting football there is no reason they should be this long against a Bournemouth side who have found clean sheets hard to come by.
Three in their last 24 competitive fixtures is not a stat to shout about and to suggest West Brom at 4-6 to score is quite laughable. Tony Pulis does play solid football and will play for draws when needs must but this is a game he would have looked at and thought they could get three points from. I would have anyway.
Both fixtures saw BTTS last season with West Brom scoring in all but one of their games against each other in their history. No new injury concerns other than Jonathan Leko who was injured in the 0-0 against Middlesbrough.
The Young Boys in Switzerland came up against a tough German side Monchengladbach in their Champions League final stage qualifier. They dropped into the Europa league and will now face Olympiakos at home on Thursday.
Before that thought they have a home against against Luzern who I have bet on for goals recently. The Young Boys are a force at home and one of the main reasons is the artificial pitch.
Luzern have conceded in all three games on the road this season and other than Basel this is likely to be the toughest place to come. They do however have a good scoring record here but their 3-0 loss at eighth-placed St Gallen has put me off in whether they can get a goal.
With a few days to spare the Young Boys should play a strong side and I fancy them grabbing a couple of goals and wanting the three points that would see them tie with Luzern in second.
West Brom – Goal before 79mins (5-6, bet– 3.6 points
West Brom To Score
Young Boys Over 1.5 Team Goals
(6-4, bet– 2.4 points
West Brom Over 1.5 Team Goals (17-5,– 1.2 points