10. Neither team has scored more than one goal in each of the last three games between West Brom and Arsenal. A price of 1.94 is available for less than 2.5 total goals on Saturday.
9. These sides have drawn three of their last five encounters at the Hawthorns, including two 1-1 results last season. Another draw is available at 3.75.
8. West Brom have not beaten Arsenal in eight games, since a 3-2 away victory in September 2010. They are 4.25 to win at home.
7. Arsenal, meanwhile, are unbeaten in their last seven visits to the Hawthorns (W4 D3) since October 2005. The Gunners are 1.24 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
6. West Brom have lost three of their last four outings and defeat on Saturday would hand them a first three-game losing streak since the end of last season. They are 1.85 to lose.
Watch Arsenal beat West Brom 3-2 at the Hawthorns in May 2012:
5. The Baggies have conceded exactly two goals in six of their last seven outings, while Arsenal come into this game off the back of a 2-0 win over Dortmund. The Gunners are 9.00 to win 2-0.
4. Alexis Sanchez scored his 13th goal of the season on Wednesday night and his seventh in six outings. The Chilean striker is 8.00 to score twice.
3. No team other than Manchester City (18.4) boasts more shots per game in the Premier League than Arsenal (17.3), while West Brom average 11.1. Saturday’s clash is 3.15 to witness +3.5 goals.
2. Saido Berahino has failed to score in any of his last four outings for West Brom, having bagged six in five games over September/October. The striker is 6.75 to net first.
1. Santi Cazorla boasts more second-half shots for Arsenal (19) than any of his team-mates in the Premier League this season. The Spaniard is 8.50 to score last on Saturday.