West Brom have scored five out of their nine goals in the first 15 minutes, whereas Bolton, visitors to the Hawthorns on Saturday, have scored 12 of their 18 goals in the second half.
It therefore seems likely that the home side will take the lead, but which of the Baggies’ players will grab the opener?
With Shane Long out injured, Peter Odemwingie is likely to be up front on his own, and despite scoring just twice so far this season he is more than capable of hitting the back of the net.
He proved this last season, when he became the Baggies’ top scorer with a club record of 15 Premier League goals.
It’s safer to bet on him to score anytime at 7/5, but if you fancy him to repeat his performance against Norwich and get the first goal, odds of 5/1 are available.
The latter bet certainly makes sense given West Brom’s tendency to score early on in games.
Meanwhile, James Morrison is the only player who scored in a game between the sides last season.
He is still at the club and for Morrison to score again this weekend, odds of 3/1 are available.
Looking at the away side, Bolton seem to save most of their goals for the second half.
Their top marksman is Ivan Klasnic, who has scored five goals, and he is priced at 2/1 to strike at any time.
But with Bolton tending to score late on, the big Croatian, who bagged a brace in his last game and will be coming into this game full of confidence, could be worth a punt at 7/1 to get the last goal.
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