Our recommended bet for Monday’s clash at Ashton Gate comes in the form of a West Bromwich Albion victory and clean sheet against Bristol City.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £38 with Betway.
A West Bromwich Albion outfit eyeing a swift return to winning ways will make the trip to Ashton Gate on Monday, December 26th, for a Championship showdown with Bristol City.
West Brom, of course, headed into the most recent round of fixtures in England’s 2nd tier as the division’s most in-form side.
Owing to a remarkable turnaround in both performance and results, the Baggies surged from legitimate contenders for the drop to the heights of 16th, owing to a perfect 15 points from 15.
In turn, it came as a not only a blow, but something of a surprise, too, when Carlos Corberban’s men were put to the sword last time out.
This came as a trip to Coventry City saw West Brom denied a point at the death, owing to Viktor Gyokeres’ injury time spot-kick.
The Baggies, as a result, remain 16th, albeit in the knowledge that a return to the win column next time out could guide the club into the top half of the Championship table.
Standing in the way of Corberan and co. in their quest for as much, though, will be Bristol City.
Like their upcoming opponents, Bristol were condemned to defeat last weekend, brought crashing back down to earth after an important victory over relegation rivals Rotherham the week prior.
Despite opening the scoring in a meeting with Stoke City courtesy of Nakhi Wells, Nigel Pearson’s men were unable to hold out, en route to a 2-1 loss at the hands of the Potters.
This means that, alarmingly, the Robins have clinched just a solitary win from their last eight attempts across all competitions.
Pearson and co, as a result, have been dragged firmly into the thick of the relegation picture, now sitting just three points clear of Blackpool and the bottom three.
And we at 101 do not envision the situation getting all that much better for Bristol come the close of the Boxing Day slate of fixtures.
Instead, we are backing West Brom to emerge from Ashton Gate with all three points come the full-time whistle on Monday evening.