In their seven meetings since 2010/11 the Baggies have failed to beat Spurs, although the first half has been drawn every time.
Furthermore, West Brom have failed to win any of their seven home games this season against the rest of the top eight (W0-D4-L3).
Spurs, meanwhile, are coming off a great performance against Sunderland and have won 12 of their 18 trips to bottom-half teams since the start of last season.
At 11/8 to win Spurs look a very generous price. However, given the record of half-time draws between these sides and that seven of Spurs’ last 10 away wins against bottom-half teams have been after drawing the first half, the Draw/Spurs Half-Time/Full-Time double looks the best bet at 9/2.
Nine of Spurs’ last 11 away matches have had at least three goals with six of those games seeing four or more strikes.
Also, this season, both teams have scored in five of West Brom’s seven home games against the rest of the top eight and Over 2.5 Goals is an excellent price at 10/11.
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