Our recommended bet for Tuesday’s clash at The Hawthorns comes in the form of a West Bromwich Albion win over Chesterfield, featuring over four total goals in the match.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £50 with Bet365.
One of six replays in the 3rd round of the FA Cup is set to play out at The Hawthorns on Tuesday, January 17th.
The clash in question will see in-form Championship outfit West Bromwich Albion play host to National League outfit Chesterfield.
For those who may have missed it, the prior meeting between these two sides, surprisingly, proved one of the standout fixtures of the FA Cup weekend.
This came as Chesterfield came within minutes of springing one of the shocks of the round.
After recovering from an early deficit to take the lead courtesy of Armando Dobra’s double late in the first-half, Paul Cook’s troops maintained their advantage all the way through the 93rd minute.
Just as the home crowd inside the Technique Stadium prepared themselves for what no doubt would have proven a spectacular night of celebrations, however, Spireites hearts were broken.
This came upon Brandon Thomas-Asante slotting home a last-gasp West Brom equaliser, to set up a replay at the Hawthorns on Tuesday night.
And, in all reality, there looks only one likely outcome upon the final whistle sounding in England’s west Midlands later tonight.
Their eventual stalemate with Chesterfield marked a serious blip amid what has otherwise proven an absolutely scintillating recent spell of form on West Brom’s part.
All told, the Baggies have emerged triumphant from nine of their last ten Championship fixtures, in the process surging from the thick of the relegation battle to the heights of the promotion playoff race.
Their most recent three-point haul came this past weekend, when Carlos Corberan’s side recovered from another early deficit, to ultimately down in-form Luton Town by three goals to two at Kenilworth Road.
We at 101 are therefore backing Tuesday’s hosts to not only book their spot in the 4th round of the FA Cup at Chesterfield’s expense, but to do so in completely dominant fashion, too.