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West Brom vs Spurs - pre-match stats

Posted on 30 January 2015  - 17:45

Facts and stats ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash against West Brom at The Hawthorns.

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Form guide - We travel to The Hawthorns with only one defeat in our last eight matches in the Premier League, at Crystal Palace on January 10. West Brom have five points from their first three matches under new boss Tony Pulis, who only has one defeat in his last 11 as a Premier League manager (previously at Palace).

Last time we met - James Morrison scored the only goal of the game in West Brom's 1-0 win at the Lane in September. That was their first win against us in nine attempts.

Happy hunting ground - We're four matches unbeaten at The Hawthorns.

Top scorer - Saido Berahino has nine goals in the Premier League season, almost half of West Brom's 20-goal total. Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen have eight each for us, Nacer Chadli has seven.

Early and late goals - Nine of our 14 away goals in the Premier League have come in either the first or last 15 minutes.

Harry leads the way - Four of Harry Kane's eight league goals have opened the scoring. Only three players have scored more openers - Alexis Sanchez, Wilfried Bony and Oscar.

Christian's late show - Christian Eriksen has scored a winner in the 85th minute or later three times in the Premier League - no other player has done that more than once in the Premier League this season.

Christian onto a winner - No player has scored more winning goals in the Premier League than Christian Eriksen, his five winners matched only by Yaya Toure.

Nacer's influence - Nacer Chadli is in the Premier League's top 10 in terms of goals and assists total. He has seven goals and five assists for an involvement in 12 goals. Diego Costa is top of the chart on 19 (17 goals, two assists).

Goal attempts - We're sixth in the table of efforts at goal on 286. City are top on 355. Christian Eriksen is seventh in efforts at goal on 60, Sergio Aguero tops that list on 76.

Hugo flying high - Hugo Lloris is fourth in the Premier League table of goalkeepers' saves on 77.

Paying the penalty - We've had more penalties awarded against us - six - than any other team in the Premier League this season. We're also third in fouls committed on 276. Palace top that chart on 287.