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Will Alan Pardew inspire West Brom when they host Brighton?
Will Alan Pardew inspire West Brom when they host Brighton?
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Can West Brom win their first match since August when they host Brighton? Opta reveals all.

"West Bromwich Albion have faced Brighton in more home games without defeat than they have any other side in their Football League history (9)."

The draw is [3.1].

The Baggies have never lost a home league match against Brighton (W5 D4 L0), in a run stretching between 1979 and 1993. West Brom are [2.18] to win.

Indeed, West Bromwich Albion have faced Brighton in more home games without defeat than they have any other side in their Football League history (9). The draw is [3.1].

However, Brighton have won three of their last four league games against West Brom, including a 3-1 victory at the Amex Stadium in the reverse fixture. Brighton are [4.4] to win.

Each of the last three league meetings between these sides has finished 3-1 to the home side. Over 3.5 goals is [6.4].

West Brom are now winless in 20 Premier League games - they're only the fourth club to have had a run of 20+ games in the competition (Derby 32, Sunderland 26 and Norwich 21). Brighton are [1.83] in the Double Chance market.

No side has failed to score in more Premier League away games this season than Brighton (8), with the Seagulls failing to score in each of their last five on the road. West Brom are [2.1] to keep a clean sheet.

Alan Pardew has won just nine of the last 57 points available to him as a manager, stretching back to September 2016 with Crystal Palace (P19 W1 D6 L12). Brighton are [3.0] Draw No Bet.

Chris Hughton has won three of his six Premier League meetings against West Bromwich Albion as manager - against no side has he won more in the competition (level with Sunderland and West Ham). The draw half-time/Brighton full-time double result is [8.6].

Jay Rodriguez is West Brom's joint-top scorer in the Premier League this season with just three goals (level with Salomón Rondón), with all of them coming at the Hawthorns. Rodriguez is [3.5] to score.

Pascal Gross scored Brighton's first ever Premier League goal in the reverse fixture back in September - the German scored twice and assisted the other in Brighton's 3-1 win. Gross is [6.4] to find the net.

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