10. Crystal Palace beat West Brom 2-0 in this reverse fixture at Selhurst Park back in October. Four of the last six meetings between these sides have finished 2-0 (twice apiece). Palace are 12.50 to repeat that scoreline.
9. Palace boasted 60% possession to West Brom’s 40% at Selhurst Park and recorded 15 shots to Albion’s five. Palace are 2.80 to win this game.
8. West Brom are unbeaten in their last five top-flight league games against Palace, stretching back to a 4-0 reverse in February 1973. The Baggies are 1.47 to win/draw this clash on the Double Chance.
7. Palace have drawn just one of their last 10 outings, while West Brom boast five draws over the same period. A draw on Saturday is available at 3.15.
6. Darren Fletcher scored Albion’s consolation in their 3-1 FA Cup fifth-round loss at Reading last weekend. It was the Scotland international’s third goal of the season and second in three outings. Fletcher is 8.00 to net again.
5. Palace have scored exactly one goal in each of their last six outings. They are 7.50 to win this clash 1-0.
4. The Eagles have scored first in four of those six outings and are 1.88 to net the opener this weekend.
3. Martin Kelly’s 45th-minute winner for Palace at Tottenham in the FA Cup last weekend was the defender’s first goal for the club and first career goal since netting for Liverpool against Chelsea in the Carling Cup back in November 2011. Kelly is 17.00 to bag another.
2. Chris Brunt (7) boasts the joint-most yellow cards for West Brom in the league this season, alongside Claudio Yacob. He averages a yellow once every 3.1 games and is 4.50 to get booked.
1. Emmanuel Adebayor scored his first Palace goal against Watford earlier this month and averages 2.3 shots per game from his three league outings so far. Adebayor, who also played in the 1-0 FA Cup win at Spurs, is 6.00 to net first.