Swansea vs West Brom: Baggies look in better shape than Swans

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Odds: Swansea 8/5, Draw 2/1, West Brom 2/1

Kick Off: 1500, 09/12/2017

Stadium: Liberty Stadium

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What Trueform says for Swansea vs West Brom

West Brom have shown enough in the last three rounds of fixtures to suggest they should be favourites to get the better of Swansea at Liberty Stadium.

Instead, the Swans are quoted at shorter odds for Saturday’s Premier League clash, despite having only picked up one point in seven matches.

We’re happy to snap up 2/1 for an away win in our Swansea vs West Brom betting predictions.

A Look At Swansea City’s Betting Odds

Swansea got off to a great start at Stoke last weekend, with Wilfried Bony firing them ahead after only three minutes, netting his first top-flight goal for more than a year.

However, the Potters replied through Xherdan Shaqiri and Mame Biram Diouf before half-time and held on to send Paul Clement’s side to the foot of the table.

“Our performance showed our mental fragility at the moment,” admitted Clement. “I’m very angry and disappointed with what we are showing.”

Clement was subsequently given a vote of confidence by the club’s board, while defender Martin Olsson is hoping a “heated” exchange between the players will provoke a positive response this weekend.

We’re not convinced the quality is there to change things around, though, and 333/100 for the hosts to lose by a one-goal margin for the ninth time this term takes the eye from the Swansea vs West Brom odds.

A Look At West Bromwich Albion’s Betting Odds

West Brom are without a win in 13 Premier League matches and just one place above the drop zone, but there have been some encouraging signs of late.

Albion drew at Tottenham, took a 2-0 lead against Newcastle before having to share the spoils and had the better chances in a goalless stalemate with Crystal Palace.

New manager Alan Pardew said of his first game in charge: “If we work like that every week, I’ll be pleased. We lacked a bit around the box, but in terms of effort, we were very good. We bossed the game, except for one spell.”

Getting £12million striker Jay Rodriguez back to the form he showed with Southampton would be a major boost and he appeals at 2/1 to score at anytime for our Swansea vs West Brom betting tips.

Additional stats

Last result:

Stoke 2-1 SWANSEA – Wilfried Bony

WEST BROM 0-0 Crystal Palace

Head-to-head: Swansea 2-1 West Brom, West Brom 3-1 Swansea, West Brom 1-1 Swansea, Swansea 1-0 West Brom, West Brom 2-0 Swansea, Swansea 3-0 West Brom

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Best bets for Swansea vs West Brom

West Brom to win @ 2/1

West Brom to win by one-goal margin @ 333/100

Jay Rodriguez to score at anytime @ 2/1

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Tony has been a journalist for more than 25 years, with past positions including Press Association betting editor, Teletext Sport betting editor and Sport Newspapers deputy racing editor. A Manchester United and Salford Red Devils supporter, he spends much of his spare time walking his two pet greyhounds.