Crystal Palace are well clear of the relegation battle but West Brom are in danger of getting sucked back in. Opta crunches the numbers so you don't have to.
"West Brom conceded seven goals in Tony Pulis’s first nine PL games in charge but have conceded 10 in the last three."
Over 2.5 goals is 2.245/4.
The Eagles have won both of their previous Premier League games against WBA at Selhurst Park, scoring exactly three goals on both occasions. Crystal Palace are 1.9620/21 to score.
West Brom have won just one of their previous five Premier League meetings with Crystal Palace (L2 D2). The Baggies are 4.67/2 to win.
Glenn Murray has scored six goals and assisted three more in his last six Premier League appearances. Murray is 2.56/4 to score.
Alan Pardew has now won 51 points in the Premier League this season; enough to put him eighth in the table had he been at one club all season. The odds of him adding to that points total with a draw are 3.55.
However, Crystal Palace have kept only one clean sheet under Alan Pardew (in 12 PL games). Both teams to score are 2.0421/20.
Tony Pulis is looking to avoid losing four Premier League games in a row for the first time since he was Stoke manager (did so four times with the Potters). West Brom are 2.021/1 to avoid defeat.
If Palace score four goals in this game they will have matched their total under Tony Pulis last season (26 goals in 26 games) in only 13 matches under Alan Pardew (22 so far). Over 3.5 goals is 4.216/5.
West Brom conceded seven goals in Tony Pulis's first nine PL games in charge but have conceded 10 in the last three. Over 2.5 goals is 2.245/4.
WBA have conceded 3+ goals in each of their last three league games. They have not done in four successive top-flight games since September 1985. Palace are 3.259/4 to win half-time/full-time.
Last weekend Yannick Bolasie became the first Congolese player to score a Premier League hat-trick, the 39th nation to contribute one in the competition's history. Bolasie is 3.412/5 to score.