West Brom boosted to beat Burnley with both teams scoring!

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It’s the standalone televised game on Sunday and to jazz up the action from the Hawthorns, Ladbrokes are boosting a home win for West Brom against Burnley involving goals at both ends.

The bookies have enhanced the Baggies to win a game where the Clarets also find the net from 10/3 out to 9/2.

Naturally punters will be a little wary of Burnley’s chances of finding the West Brom onion bag, given their only goal of the season so far arrived before the 15th minute in their opening Premier League clash against Chelsea.

However, there were very promising signs against Sunderland last time out that Sean Dyche’s side are edging ever closer to ending their drought, where the Clarets managed to fire off 16 shots, with six on target.

Furthermore, in six previous meetings stretching back to 2006, the Lancashire-based outfit have never failed to find Albion’s net, though they’ve also been a denied a clean sheet against the Baggies in 19 consecutive clashes.

All stats that bode well for both teams to notch, while it’s Alan Irvine’s team who are still best placed for the win given they’ve just strung together consecutive victories, including a rousing 3-2 comeback win over Hull in the Capital One Cup.

Following on from that hugely impressive win at White Hart Lane, a first three points of the season for Irvine’s men at the Hawthorns, features prominently in our three best bets for the contest.

Three of the four all-competition games at Albion this season, have seen both keepers forced into ball retrieval duties.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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