Swansea v West Brom Prediction & Betting Tips – 21st May 201718th May 2017 / lee
Swansea v West Brom Premier League, 21st May 3.00pm
Swansea will be relieved that they have nothing riding on this final game of the season. A couple of good efforts from them lately has seen the secure top flight status for the season. They could finish the season in style too against a West Brom side who have simply run out of inspiration, goals and energy. Swansea are even money for the win, with the draw at 5/2 and West Brom at 13/5.
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Swansea v West Brom Betting Tips
The Swans then can relax and enjoy this final game of the season having secured survival. They have gone W3 D1 in their last four games to get the job done. At home this season in the top flight they have gone W7 D3 L8 and they have produced a very good W5 D1 L1 record in their last seven on home soil. So they are running in nice form there at the moment and can take this final fixture. The Swans have actually collected three clean sheets in their last four and a Swansea to win to nil wager at Bet365 is going to have big appeal at a price of 11/4. Swansea have won four of their five home Premier League encounters with West Brom (L1), hitting three past the Baggies on three occasions. In the Bet365 correct score market, a Swansea 3-0 is a quote of 20/1, while a 2-1 win for them is a shorter 16/1 option. Fernando Llorente is an 11/8 anytime goalscorer option for them with Gylfi Sigurdsson is at 6/4.
Despite a shocking run of form lately, West Brom are still in the top half of the table and would need a point to just about stay there. They have gone D2 L6 in their last eight league matches played now and they have taken just the one win in their last eleven. It’s been poor stuff from them and they have failed to score in eight of their last eleven. So big issues there and they won’t have an easy afternoon at the Liberty Stadium. Boss Tony Pulis has yet to record a top-flight victory at Liberty Stadium (D1 L3), with his sides scoring just twice in four games. Under 2.5 goals at Bet365 is a price of even money in this one. They don’t have a great deal of options in the anytime goalscorer market with Salomon Rondon at 6/4 and Hal Robson-Kanu, who netted a consolation at Man City last weekend at 11/4. The Baggies have gone W3 D7 L8 out on the road this season in the top flight.
Who will win – Swansea v West Brom Predictions
Swansea home win: No reason to expect Swansea to not go out and enjoy themselves in this one. They have form going and the Baggies don’t, simple as that. Home win.
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