Our recommended bet for Tuesday’s clash at The Hawthorns comes in the form of a draw between West Bromwich Albion and Bristol City.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £38 with Betway.
It’s 17th vs 20th in the Championship on Tuesday night, as a West Bromwich Albion outfit desperate to build on a morale-boosting three-point haul at the weekend prepare to play host to Bristol City.
As all associated with the Baggies will be painfully aware, the season, to date, has proven nothing short of a disaster from a West Brom perspective.
Pegged as being amongst the favourites for promotion ahead of the campaign getting underway, the Midlands-based outfit have instead since found themselves in the thick of the battle against the drop.
This has come largely owing to an inability to turn single-point hauls into three.
Remarkably, through 13 games of the season in England’s 2nd tier, West Brom had stuttered to no fewer than eight draws.
Such woes, though, cost Steve Bruce his job last week, with a swift return to winning ways having followed.
This came in altogether impressive fashion, too, as a trip to high-flying Reading saw goals on the part of Matt Phillips and Taylor Gardner-Hickman give rise to a 2-0 triumph.
The Baggies, in turn, have officially climbed out of the relegation zone, up to 20th.
And Tuesday’s hosts will no doubt fancy their chances of kicking on to a 2nd win on the bounce at the Hawthorns.
This comes with their upcoming opponents, Bristol, set to head into proceedings amid a concerning stretch of form.
The Robins, this past weekend, were put to the sword by two goals to one by a stuttering Millwall.
This marked a 5th defeat in seven for Nigel Pearson and co, leaving the club’s fine start to the term as what now feels like little more than a distant memory.
In fact, should West Brom get the job done once more on Tuesday, then the Baggies will move within a solitary point of Bristol in the Championship standings.
An eventual stalemate at the Hawthorns looks the safe bet as things stand, but backing the evening’s hosts to secure all three points could well be worth a punt.