Bet on West Brom vs Fulham – Johnson set for Fulham return

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Andrew Johnson is in line to make his first start in over a year as Mark Hughes searches for the goals that will end the Cottagers run of draws.

Fulham have drawn their last four away games and Hughes will target the match at the Hawthorns as a winnable one despite West Brom’s good form.

Match Odds

Roberto Di Matteo’s side sit in 6th place in the Premier League after taking 12 points from eight games, but leading scorer Peter Odemwingie faces a late fitness test for a game West Brom are 11/10 to win.

Controversial Danny Murphy is ruled out of the Fulham side with a groin strain and Fulham may struggle to find that elusive win, they are priced at 13/5 to win.

In Fulham’s eight Premier League games this season, Fulham have drawn six of those and the draw is available at 9/4.

West Brom are yet to drop points from a leading position this year and if they get in front, Fulham will find it tough to leave the Hawthorns with a point, especially considering West Brom have lost just one home game in seven

Total Goals

The two sides have met four times in the Premier League at the Hawthorns and the two sets of fans have witnessed just four goals in that time – under 2.5 goals is available at 8/11.

The return of Andy Johnson is a boost for Fulham but the striker may only appear from the bench and West Brom are 13/8 to keep a clean sheet.

West Brom have scored just four times in the eight Premier League encounters with Fulham and Saturday’s game can go the way of previous form with West Brom winning 1-0, available at 7/1.

The Premier League draw specialists would take a draw and 1-1 is available at 11/2. See the full West Brom vs Fulham match betting odds market here.

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