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We’re backing three teams to win but we’re hoping that, like my bedroom during my teenage years, there won’t be any clean sheets involved.
West Bromwich Albion v Norwich City
There’s over three million reasons that this has been a bad week Tony Pulis off the field, but the West Brom gaffer will be keen to put those issues behind him by leading the Baggies to a crucial three points against struggling Norwich. However, they shouldn’t expect to have things all their own way at the Hawthorns.
West Brom have hardly been prolific, but Norwich are conceding goals at an alarming rate on the road. Alex Neil’s men have shipped a total of 32 in 15 away games this season, losing six matches on the spin away from Carrow Road. Those defensive problems could come back to haunt them once more.
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The visitors will take confidence from last weekend’s spirited draw with Manchester City, though, and will see this as another chance to drag themselves out of the bottom three. The quality of Steven Naismith, Cameron Jerome and co can give them a chance of scoring, but we don’t think they have enough about them to hit two or three.
This should leave the door for Salomon Rondon and co to fire the hosts to the win that would see them surpass the 40-point mark.
BTTS & West Brom Win @ 9/2 with William Hill
Leeds United v Huddersfield Town
Behind the scenes, things are far from perfect at Elland Road. On a brighter note, though, Steve Evans has led his Leeds side to three straight wins and they’ll be looking to extend that run as they take on Huddersfield in this Yorkshire derby.
Struggling Huddersfield have won just one of their last five matches, but the Terriers have scored in 13 of their last 15 competitive fixtures and will be looking to Nahki Wells for inspiration. However, it’s hard to overlook the fact they’ve shipped 28 on the road.
In addition to their recent revival, Leeds can take further confidence from the 3-0 win they registered in the reverse clash. Nevertheless, with only one clean sheet in six, they may well need the likes of Chris Wood to score at least twice here.
Thankfully for the home fans, those attacking stars are more than capable of keeping the improved run going.
BTTS & Leeds United Win @ 5/1 with William Hill
Barnet v Oxford United
In League Two, Martin Allen’s Barnet have been one of the most consistent home teams in the division. However, the Bees are in for a seriously tough battle against promotion-chasing Oxford and the Hive and are likely to succumb to the talents of Michael Appleton’s men.
Oxford are in the driving seat to join Northampton as one of the three teams automatically promoted, and their away form has played an important role. Eleven wins and 36 goals from 18 games makes for very good reading and the goals of Danny Hylton and Liam Sercombe can fire them to a crucial three points.
The visitors will be made to work for their win by a home side that has netted 26 home goals, though. If the Bees can unlock John Akinde in the final third, they should at least score for a ninth game running.
Nevertheless, the impetus is clearly with the visitors. We expect them to answer the call.
BTTS & Oxford United Win @ 3/1 with William Hill
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