10. West Bromwich Albion welcome West Ham United to the Hawthorns on Sunday for the 92nd meeting between the two sides. They boast a 37-35 win-loss record over the Hammers and are 2.00 to win again.
9. West Ham haven’t beaten Albion in their last five attempts, since a 1-0 away victory in May 2006. They are 3.75 to win and 12.50 to take the game 1-0.
8. Nigel Reo-Coker scored the only goal that day, a fierce shot in the first half giving West Ham the lead. It was just one of 11 goals Reo Coker scored for the club and the Hammers are 4.10 to be again winning at the break.
7. The previous three games between these two sides have ended in a draw, with their last meeting in February 2011 finishing 3-3. West Ham pulled back a three-goal deficit at half time to level the game. A HT/FT bet of Albion/Draw is priced at 15.00.
6. Carlton Cole scored the Hammers’ second that day, one of 11 goals he netted over the 2010/11 season. Cole has scored just once this campaign and is 3.75 to net again on Sunday.
5. Albion are currently on a three-game losing streak while West Ham have lost three of their last four Premier League fixtures. The home side are 1.42 to win Draw no Bet, with West Ham at 2.65.
4. There have been three penalties awarded in the past four meetings between these two sides. Albion are 6.50 to score from the spot and West Ham 9.00.
3. West Ham have scored just five from seven Premier League away fixtures this season while Brom have conceded just two from three previous home games. The home side are 3.50 to win without conceding.
2. This fixture has not witnessed a red card since Jermain Defoe was dismissed for the Hammers eight games ago, in November 2003. Sunday’s clash is 4.75 to see red once again.
1. West Brom have scored in all but one of their eight home games this season, while Hammers goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen has made the most saves in the Premier League (71). Albion are 3.00 to score in both halves.