Baggies set to bounce back.
12.45pm New Year's Day, Sky Sports 1 Last six seasons HW D AW League games 2 1 0 Cup games/other - - - Backing +PS1.50 +PS0.30 -PS3.00 Home top scorers First Last Any R. Lukaku 1 3 3 P. Odemwingie 12 3 S.Long 3 0 3 Away top scorers First Last Any D.Duff 1 0 2 M. Petric 0 11 H. Rodallega 1 0 1 If scoring first W D L West Brom 6 0 2 Fulham 1 0 1 If conceding first W D L West Brom 1 0 1 Fulham 0 3 5 Baggies set to bounce back INJURY-HIT West Brom put in a decent performance during Saturday's 2-0 loss at Man United and can show the strenght of their squad by hitting back with victory over Fulham. Home form has been the key to Albion's success this season. Seven victories from ten games at The Hawthorns have kept them in the hunt for a top-six place, although it might be asking a bit much for them to stay on the coat-tails of Tottenham, Everton and Arsenal. However, a top-eight spot looks achievable and their outlook is a lot more promising than Fulham's, who are slipping into a possible relegation battle. The Cottagers have been struggling with injuries and have won just one of their last 12 games. Bryan Ruiz's recent return from a hamstring strain will help but Martin Jol's men will need to improve defensively. our tip 5pts on West Brom [DC] key stat Fulham have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last six games
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2013|
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