Kick-off: 2000, 12/02/2019
Stadium: The Hawthorns
TV: Sky Sports
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What Trueform says for West Brom vs Nottingham Forest
West Brom have been frustrating to follow at The Hawthorns recently but we’re sticking with them when Nottingham Forest visit on Tuesday night.
The Baggies have gone three Championship home games without a win but are still in contention for automatic promotion thanks to some superb results on the road.
Their next opponents have not been travelling well of late, so 3/4 for Albion to oblige is our initial West Brom vs Nottingham Forest prediction.
A Look At West Bromwich Albion’s Betting Odds
West Brom made it six wins from their last seven away matches in this division when Dwight Gayle’s header midway through the first half proved enough to prevail at Stoke.
Gayle glanced beyond goalkeeper Jack Butland with 25 minutes played after Ahmed Hegazi volleyed across goal for the striker to profit from poor defending.
In a game of few clear-cut openings, Stoke never really tested Albion’s Sam Johnstone and Darren Moore felt the victory gave his side “great momentum” again.
He said: “Every one of our players needed to bring their A game and they did just that. It was a collective group effort and it was really good to see.
“The boys had to show good concentration. I felt we used the ball well to take the sting out of the game. It was a difficult, difficult test for us.”
A similarly resolute display here would make 19/10 for another win to nil stand out from the West Brom vs Nottingham Forest odds.
A Look At Nottingham Forest’s Betting Odds
Forest are eyeing a place in the play-offs after a 2-1 defeat of Brentford made it three wins in four outings at the City Ground.
Lewis Grabban scored his 15th Championship goal of the season and Molla Wague’s header seemed to have made things comfortable, before Sergi Canos netted in the 89th minute to ensure a nervy finish.
Grabban also missed a penalty, while Forest relied on Costel Pantilimon to make a number of important saves in an entertaining tussle with the in-form Bees.
Martin O’Neill said: “I have seen a lot of Brentford in recent years and they are a very fine football side. I am delighted to have won the game and with some really pleasing performances.”
That result left Forest in ninth, five places and eight points behind West Brom, who also have a game in hand.
However, Forest will need to improve their away form to climb up the table, having recently lost at Birmingham, Reading and Millwall, without scoring a single goal.
We’re finishing off our West Brom vs Nottingham Forest betting tips by taking 31/4 for a 2-0 home win.
Stoke 0-1 WEST BROM – Dwight Gayle
NOTTINGHAM FOREST 2-1 Brentford – Lewis Grabban, Molla Wague
Head-to-head: Forest 1-1 West Brom
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