The 2016/17 season was a fine one for West Brom and should they build on that this season, Baggies fans are in for a real treat.
Tony Pulis led the side to 10th position, just a point off 8th in a season when many West Brom predictions were suggesting 16th.
This season, pundits aren’t being so harsh on those at the Hawthorns, and another high mid-table finish is predicted.
They’ve replaced their losses well pre-season, with Gareth Barry replacing Darren Fletcher at the club, while they’ve boosted their strikeforce with the likes of Jay Rodriguez.
We’d love to see Tony Pulis climb the table a little more, or at least challenge for some silverware. The club haven’t lifted the FA or League Cup for almost 50 years so it’s well overdue. Could it be in their seventh consecutive season in the top flight?
West Brom League Betting Odds
Europa League qualification is probably one step too far for West Brom, but even so if you fancy a little West Brom betting, we’ll deliver you all the latest free bets and odds each and every week.
With match previews covering every Premier League game, you’ll never be short of betting on West Brom and our experts will provide you with all the latest odds and tips to make sure you get the best deal.
We’ll bring you all the latest odds on West Brom’s Premier League finishing position as well as top scorer odds, and whether to back them or not in the English cup competitions.
West Brom Transfers 2017/18
Tony Pulis has been canny in the transfer market this summer. Here are all the comings and goings.
Oliver Burke – £15.2million from RB Leipzig
Jay Rodriguez – £13.7million from Southampton
Kieran Gibbs – £7.5million from Arsenal
Yuning Zhang – £7.2million from Vitesse
Gareth Barry – £1.1million from Everton
Ahmed Hegazy – Loan from Ahly
Grzegorz Krychowiak – Loan from PSG
Craig Gardner – £1.8million to Birmingham City
Yuning Zhang – Loan to Werder Bremen
Sebastien Pocognoli – Free Transfer to Standard Liege
Callum McManaman – Free Transfer to Sunderland
Darren Fletcher – Free Transfer to Stoke City
Jack Rose – Free Transfer to Southampton
Kane Wilson – Loan to Exeter City
Jonathan Leko – Loan to Bristol City
Rekeem Harper – Loan to Blackburn Rovers
West Brom Squad 2017/18:
Ben Foster, Boaz Myhill
Jonny Evans, Ahmed Hegazy,Gareth McAuley, Kieran Gibbs, Craig Dawson, Allan Nyom
Grzegorz Krychowiak, Jake Livermore, Claudio Yacob, Gareth Barry, James Morrison, Sam Field, Chris Brunt, Nacir Chadli, James McClean, Hal Robson-Kanu, Oliver Burke, Matt Phillips
Jose Salomon Rondon, Jay Rodriguez
Here you’ll find all the latest fixtures for West Bromwich Albion…
16/10: Leicester City v West Brom
21/10: Southampton v West Brom
28/10: West Brom v Manchester City
04/11: Huddersfield Town v West Brom
18/11: West Brom v Chelsea
25/11: Tottenham v West Brom
28/11: West Brom v Newcastle United
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West Brom Honours & Records:
Premier League/First Division: 1
Champions League/European Cup: 0
Europa League/UEFA Cup: 0
FA Cup: 5
League Cup: 1
Most Appearances: Tony Brown – 720
Highest Goalscorer: Tony Brown – 279