After another glut of goals at the Hawthorns on Tuesday evening, Baggies fans will be hoping for another high scoring encounter on Saturday as Neil Harris’s Millwall side are the visitors looking for only their second league win of the season. The hosts, meanwhile, will be looking to make it six home wins on the… Continue reading Albion look to make it six in a row at the Hawthorns
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Eight games into the season, and Albion fans who have been to every league fixture so far will have witnessed an average of four goals a game, twenty of which have been scored by the Baggies something that hasn’t been bettered by any Albion side since the 1950s. But they will have also watched some… Continue reading Big Dave’s Albion aren’t perfect, but they sure are fun to watch
The Baggies moved into third place in the table after a 4-2 win over Bristol City that wasn’t as straightforward as the result might suggest. The Robins had some excellent chances before a Rodriguez penalty put the Baggies ahead, and some great attacking play and clinical finishing put Albion three up at the break.
Matty Phillips’s goal was enough to salvage a point that Albion scarcely deserved at St Andrew’s on Friday night, but getting points when you don’t deserve them is certainly a good sign.
Championship football returns on Friday evening with a televised fixture at St Andrew’s between Birmingham City and West Bromwich Albion. Blues are still looking for their first win of the season having drawn four and lost two of their opening half dozen league games, and also lost to Reading in the Carabao Cup.