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              Leicester City

              West Bromwich Albion


              40%

              Lei

              30%

              draw

              20%

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              60%

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              Leicester City

              West Bromwich Albion


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              Swansea vs. West Brom Prediction, Tips & Stats

              A surging West Bromwich Albion side are looking to build on their impressive form as they face Swansea City away from home in the EFL Championship.

              Swansea City currently sit 17th in the EFL Championship with seven wins, eight draws and ten losses from twenty-five games this season.

              The Swans are having a pretty mediocre campaign on the whole and having parted ways with manager Michael Duff in December they’ll be hoping a fresh appointment can allow them to start progressing.

              Alan Sheehan remains the interim manager for now and his side come into this game having won two, drawn two and lost two of the six games he’s spent in charge of the side.

              Their latest game saw them claim a very commendable point away at Coventry City thanks to goals from Liam Walsh and Liam Cullen - the latter of which was a dramatic 93rd-minute equaliser.

              The point was an impressive one against a Coventry side that look to be kicking on so they’re heading into this one hoping to build on that run, but having won just one of their last seven games on home soil there is some concern over their competency in front of their own fans.

              A win here would be a huge three points and if it came it would strengthen Sheehan’s claim for the top job, should that be something he wants.



              West Bromwich Albion currently sit 5th in the EFL Championship with twelve wins, six draws and seven losses from twenty-five games this season.

              The Baggies are having a fine campaign under Carlos Corberán and looking to be making up for the disappointment of last season.

              They’re coming into this game in good form having won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five games.

              Their most recent game saw arguably their best win of the season as they beat Leeds United 1-0 courtesy of a goal from Grady Diangana in the first half.

              West Brom delivered an organised, resolute performance as they limited Leeds to very few chances from open play and came away with an excellent three points.

              Their away form hasn’t been all that convincing, however, having won two and lost three of their last five games on the road.

              This is a potential banana skin fixture for the Baggies against a solid side, but given how heavily Swansea struggle on home soil they should get at least a point from this one.

              For our Swansea vs. West Brom prediction, we’re going for a 1-1 draw.

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              Swansea Team News

              Josh Key is set for a spell on the treatment table and will play no part here.

              Jamie Paterson will hope to keep his place in the starting lineup despite coming off early doors at Coventry through illness, while Liam Cullen will have hoped to work his way into the starting lineup after his last-minute equaliser off the bench in that game.

              West Brom Team News

              Josh Maja and Daryl Dike will both continue to miss out here, with the striker position a growing concern for Carlos Corberán as he prepares to lose Brandon Thomas-Asante to Ghana for AFCON 2024 in January.

              Jon Swift should come into the starting XI after impressing off the bench against Leeds, but other than that Corberán is unlikely to make too many changes to a XI that claimed such a positive result.

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