A tasty clash in the Championship this evening as Nottingham Forest take on West Brom, with both sides hungry for points to aid their playoff spot aspirations.
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- Brennan Johnson to score or assist
- Nottingham Forest to have 4 or more shots on target
- Jayson Molumby to be shown a card
- Karlan Grant to have 1 or more shots on target
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Brennan Johnson to score or assist
Johnson has had a breakout season this term, scoring 14 league goals and chipping in with seven assists also, and it would be no shock to see Premier League clubs make a move over the summer.
In Forest’s last five matches, he’s been involved in six goals, and he can keep that hot streak going this evening in one form or another against West Brom.
Nottingham Forest to have 4 or more shots on target
Luton ended Forest’s excellent run of form on Friday that had seen them win five on the bounce, with Steve Cooper’s team also recording some impressive shot and goal stats.
Forest are averaging 12.2 shots per game, with four of those finding the target per 90, and they’ve landed four or more in seven of their last eight matches – back them to land four or more once again tonight.
Jayson Molumby to be shown a card
Molumby tops the booking charts for West Brom with eight yellows, and five of them have come on the road.
David Webb is the man in the middle tonight, and he’s averaging 3.5 cards per match, and it would be no shock to see Molumby end up in the book at some point.
Karlan Grant to have 1 or more shots on target
Grant tops the shots stats for West Brom with the most shots on target and a shot accuracy of 41%.
He’s landed at least one shot on target in five of his last seven appearances and looks a solid bet to register at least one this evening.