For the first time, Albion have failed to win any of their first four Premier League home games (but it is the first time that they haven’t conceded a goal any of the first three Premier League away games!), but Albion still have one more point than we gained from the equivalent fixtures last season.
With Craig Dawson being the only player to have started at both Villa Park and Carrow Road in the last week, the majority of Pulis’s preferred first team should be well rested for the visit of Everton on Monday evening. Meanwhile, Everton’s starting line-up at the Madejski Stadium on Tuesday included Jagielka, Stones, Barkley, Lukaku… Continue reading Albion look for their first home win of the season
So Albion’s unbeaten record in Premier League Game 6 continues and the Baggies move into the top half of the table after three successive clean sheets.
The much-hyped double header last March proved to be a massive disappointment for Albion as Aston Villa won both games to kick off a renaissance in their season that resulted in Premier League safety and a 4-0 hammering in the FA Cup Final. While the Baggies fans will be eager to get three points at… Continue reading Albion look to avenge their double disappointment
For the third successive season, Albion have five points from the first five games. If you’re in to omens, in the last two seasons, our sixth game has prodcued a victory, 4-0 against Burnley last year and 2-1 at Old Trafford the season before, which bodes well with a trip to Villa Park up next.