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  • The very definition of a Premier League home banker: Chelsea v West Brom

    By Brian Sears 8 November 2013 Evidence for a home banker is rarely as strong as the statistical evidence that suggests Chelsea are home bankers this weekend against West Brom. Exhibit A is Chelsea’s home form this season: played five, won five, scored 12, conceded three. Only Chelsea and Manchester City in the whole of […]

  • Why West Brom face a test of Champions League credentials … against Stoke

    By Brian Sears 30 November 2012 Last weekend, we predicted in these pages why West Brom might enjoy their match at ‘soft touch’ Sunderland, and they duly won 4-2 to continue their Champions League qualification form. A week on and with a midweek hiccup against Swansea behind them, the Baggies face a barometer of their […]

  • Bolton’s chances at Liverpool ancient history, West Brom goals a cert

    By Brian Sears 26 August 2011 Earlier this month we discussed the freakishly good away results being recorded in the early stages of this English season – so many more than we’d expect. And still, after two rounds of games, that trend has continued in the Premier League, with away teams winning 28 points so […]

  • Kings of the double Chelsea seek 11th heaven against West Brom

    By Brian Sears 19 August 2011   There was one table that Chelsea topped last season where Manchester United didn’t make the top four – the number of Premier League ‘doubles’ achieved within the 2010-11 season. Chelsea did six doubles – winning home and away against six different opponents, with Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham […]

  • Fixture list: Man Utd to start at West Brom, Arsenal at Newcastle, Swansea at City

    By Sportingintelligence 17 June 2011 Premier League champions Manchester United will begin the 2011-12 league season against West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns on 13 August. The fixtures were released at 9am on Friday. Chelsea, runners-up in 2010-11, start at Stoke, while Arsenal begin next season on the road too, at Newcastle. Manchester City will […]

  • West Brom seek hat-trick of bogey-busts to prevent Chelsea’s perfect 10

    By Brian Sears 15 April 2011 As recently as the last week of February, there were still three Premier League clubs against whom West Bromwich Albion had never gained a single point during any of their spells in the revamped top division: Stoke, Liverpool and Chelsea. (West Brom’s full Premier League record, by opponent, is […]

  • West Brom and Stoke in duck-bust quests against Liverpool and Chelsea

    By Brian Sears 1 April 2011 West Bromwich Albion and Stoke both seek to break Premier League ‘ducks’ on Saturday when they respectively host Liverpool and Chelsea. As you can tell from our detailed table below, West Brom are playing their fifth Premier League season and they have gained at least one point against all […]

  • For the drop? History says West Brom, Wigan and Birmingham

    By Brian Sears 29 March 2011 Just 82 Premier League games remain to be played this season, and it’s great fun trying to predict the outcome. Using historical results based on previous Premier League meetings, sportingintelligence has projected the end-of-season table for 2010-11. The full explanation of how we reached our conclusions is elsewhere today. […]

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