West Brom are without a win in the last 4 games and have kept a clean sheet at home in just 13% of games this season. However, they have also not failed to score there this season. A far cry from the days of Tony Pulis.
Leeds are top of the league and will see this is a good opportunity to gain points against a side that's probably going to be challenging for promotion too this season. Leeds has lost just once on the road in the last 5 and has scored just under 2.00 goals per game on average.
Derby has played well so far this season and has won 63% of their home games. Despite this they have still conceded a goal per game on average and recently have conceded in each of the last 5 games.
Villa are winless in 5 games but have scored in 4 of those ties and will just be starting to see the effect their new manager has on this team, expect them to try and get something from this game.
Villa are yet to keep a clean sheet on the road, while 69% of games for Derby this season have ended with BTTS landing.
After a shaky start things are looking up for QPR. They host Brentford who have yet to register a single win on the road this season. They have, however, scored in 4/5 recent away games. Those games have been at Leeds, Preston, Derby and Ipswich. Difficult places to go, typically more difficult than today's fixture. BTTS has landed in the last 4 meetings between these sides, with 3 or more goals being scored in all of those games.
- West Brom vs Leeds – BTTS at 4/7
- Derby vs Aston Villa – BTTS at 4/6
- QPR vs Brentford – BTTS at 4/6
- Treble pays 3.36/1 at Bet365
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