10. West Brom beat Arsenal 2-1 in this reverse fixture back in November and could do the double over the Gunners for the first time since the 1961/62 season. Albion are 13.50 to win.
9. However, Arsenal have lost only one of their 11 top-flight home games to West Brom and have won the last four of those on the bounce. Arsenal are 1.27 to win.
8. Arenal have scored in each of their last 20 top-flight games with West Brom and are 1.18 to bag the opener at the Emirates.
7. However, the Gunners have won just two of their last six Premier League home games (W2 D2 L2) and a draw is priced at 6.10.
6. West Brom have kept a clean sheet in each of their last nine league away wins, with eight of those being 1-0 . A 1-0 scoreline to the visitors is priced at 28.00.
5. Tony Pulis has lost all seven matches as a manager against Arsenal to an aggregate score of 17-3. Arsenal are 1.81 to win/win on the HT/FT.
4. Olivier Giroud has failed to score in his last 12 Premier League appearances — his longest goal drought since moving to England. The France international is 3.90 to net first.
3. West Brom are the fourth dirtiest team in the top flight heading into this midweek round of fixtures (59 yellow cards, 3 reds).Claudio Yacob, with seven yellows, is 3.75 to be booked.
2. Alexis Sanchez has scored in each of his last three Arsenal outings and averages 3.6 shots per league game — more than any other player bar Philippe Coutinho, Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane. Sanchez is 6.50 to score twice.
1. West Brom have scored just three of their 29 league goals from outside the penalty area this season, while just two of Arsenal’s 58 goals have come from range. Mesut Ozil is 12.00 to net from outside the box.