Previewing West Brom vs Liverpool and Arsenal vs West Ham

West Brom are unbeaten under caretaker manager Darren Moore so far but that two-game record is likely to end as they host Liverpool on April 21st. The Baggies may have upset Manchester United at Old Trafford but they are expected to revert to type against Jurgen Klopp’s outfit. The Reds have been heavily backed this week and at 4/9 with Paddy Power, they are expected to make light work of the bottom club.

The Reds were ruthless against Bournemouth seven days ago and are expected to carry that form into this tie. The Baggies have netted in both matches since Alan Pardew left the club with Jay Rodriguez starting to find form. He is one of a number of players who have been quick to praise the work of Darren Moore. The former Burnley striker is 13/5 to find the target once again and with each team looking dangerous in the final third, both teams to score is expected to land at 4/5 with Betfair.

Liverpool come into this game without Emre Can, Joel Matip, Adam Lallana and Nathaniel Clyne whilst Dejan Lovren will face a late fitness test. With a number of absentees at the back, West Brom will fancy their chances of getting on the scoresheet.

Arsenal Expected to Heap More Misery on West Ham

Arsenal’s recent away form may be the worst across each of the top four tiers but their home form has helped ensure they remain competitive at the right end of the table. The Gunners are 1/2 to secure yet another three points at the Emirates at they host struggling West Ham.

Arsene Wenger’s side are expected to ease past their struggling opponents who are still embroiled in a relegation battle. The Hammers had a number of goals disallowed against Stoke on April 16th but secured a vital point with the last kick of the game. The Gunners beat struggling Southampton 3-2 during their last home match and another high-scoring encounter is expected here.

Over 2.5 Goals is priced at 8/15 and will be extremely popular with punters whilst Over 3.5 Goals is available at 13/10.

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