After losing eight on the bounce under Alan Pardew, the Baggies have found a new lease of life under Darren Moore as they are unbeaten in four, winning half, and have found the net in each. Although impressive, only one of those games was against opposition actually still playing for something this season, unlike Spurs, who beat Watford last time out and have won four of five unbeaten road trips, with both teams finding the net in the last four of these. Moreover, both sides have scored in West Brom’s last six at the Hawthorns and so we’re backing the Spurs win and both teams to score.
Harry Kane will still be eager to win the golden boot ahead of Salah, which is certainly possible given that at the end of last season he netted as many as eight goals from his last three games. The England international has found the back of the net in both his last two games on the road and looks to be back to full fitness following his injury, while he’s bagged four goals in his last two encounters with West Brom.
The hosts have only scored more than once in six of their 36 matches so far this term, as they’ve netted exactly once in six of their last seven outings. Added to that, Spurs have conceded exactly once in each of their last four away, winning three of these, while they’ve netted at least three times in six of their 10 victories on the road this season. With that in mind, the 3-1 correct score looks a healthy price.