West Brom v Stoke - Sunday 13.30 Sky Sports
West Brom have started the season strongly with consecutive 1-0 wins hosting Bournemouth and then away at Burnley. Stoke meanwhile have had similarly low scoring encounters and with both sides looking ill-equipped in the forward department Under 2.5 Goals very short odds in this one. Not that that is a bad price or bet, as the last 10 meetings between these sides have seen just 14 goals in total with six having fewer than two strikes.£10 Free Credit and a £500 Deposit Bonus
For Tony Pulis’ side, victory over the Cherries at the Hawthorns was a continuation of a pattern that lasted for most of last season until they dropped off at the end, where they were highly consistent against those outside the top seven, winning eight of their first nine such matches. Stoke meanwhile, lost at Everton first up and only won four times on their travels last term, with three of those coming against bottom-four sides. Furthermore, Mark Hughes’ men have lost their last three visits to the Hawthorns and we think the Baggies are quite a generous price for the win.
Indeed, the Potters have now failed to score in each of their last six defeats, and with five of these either 1-0’s or 2-0’s the West Brom/under 2.5 goals looks a great bet.