Selected odds for Palace visit
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The Baggies (8/15) are odds-on favourites to make a return to winning ways when they host bottom club Crystal Palace (5/1) on Saturday, with the draw 16/5.
Luis Suarez inspired Liverpool to a first win in three league matches at Anfield against Albion last weekend and also put an end to West Brom’s five match unbeaten run.
But Steve Clarke's men have a perfect opportunity to bounce back against a managerless Palace side who have lost their last six matches in a row, their worst run in the top flight since March 1998.
The last time the sides met as Barclays Premier League teams it ended 2-2 in 2005, but three of the last four meetings as Championship sides have been 1-1 draws.
It's 7/1 for another 1-1 scoreline on Saturday.
Apart from shipping 19 goals in nine games, Palace's real problems appear to come in their shortage of goals scoring only twice from open play and six goals in all making West Brom to win to nil at 6/4 an attractive bet.
If you'd prefer to be more specific, Albion are 6/1 to win 2-0, while Palace to be winning at half-time and the Baggies at full-time is 25/1.
If you fancy a scorecast market, then Stephane Sessegnon to score first in a 2-0 victory is 28/1.
In the goalscorer market, the Baggies leading scorer Morgan Amalfitano is 5/1 to net anytime, with Palace's Dwight Gayle a 7/2 shot to score in 90 minutes.
Odds subject to change