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Ipswich v Albion betting preview

22 November 2018

Albion head to Ipswich Town looking to kick-on from their resounding victory over Leeds United prior to the international break. Over to official betting partner Coral for their match preview.

A four-game winless streak was ended in emphatic fashion as Albion took Leeds to the cleaners with a 4-1 win at the Hawthorns a couple of weeks back.

That thumping win against the Club’s direct rivals sent the Baggies into the international break in fine spirits, and Friday night’s trip to Portman Road kicks-off a run of four matches in 15 days – two away (Ipswich & Swansea) followed by two at home (Brentford & Villa).

Away to the Championship’s bottom side, Albion start as favourites at 10/11

Ipswich have won only one of their 17 matches but have drawn eight and conceded late equalisers in each of their last two – in other words, don’t expect an easy night’s work in Suffolk.

Considering Albion are the league’s highest scorers (by some distance) but have kept just one clean sheet in 17 (and none in the last eight) and 3/1on West Brom to Win & Both Teams to Score looks like a decent bet.

Or, with 5 goals in the last match and Ipswich drawing 2-2 at Reading, how about another high scoring affair – West Brom & Over 4.5 Goals pays 9/1.

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Onwards to Friday then, and a win would see Albion climb from 5th to 2nd, leapfrogging Sheffield United, Leeds and Middlesbrough, putting a bit of pressure on those three who all play on Saturday.


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