West Bromwich Albion vs Bristol City Betting Tips: Robins to cancel out Baggies

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League leaders West Brom host play-off hopefuls Bristol City in the Championship on Wednesday night. Both sides have enjoyed a positive start to the season so this match should be interesting.

The Baggies arrive into this one in stunning form. They have only lost one league game all season and are currently unbeaten in seven. They are currently two points clear of second place Leeds and will be hopeful of remaining in the automatic promotion places at the end of the season.

Seventh placed Bristol City have had a decent start to the season themselves. They have only lost once in their last 16 Championship games. They have drawn eight of those though which is why they are not as high in the table as you may think after such a long unbeaten run.

West Brom Team News

Charlie Austin could be set to start after his late winner against Sheffield Wednesday off the bench on Saturday afternoon. Romaine Sawyers and Jake Livermore are both available after suspension.

Bristol City Team News

Bailey Wright returned to the team on Saturday and will be in contention to play again. Taylor Moore is being assessed after picking up a knock. Tomas Kalas could play in this match.

Reasons for West Brom vs Bristol City Betting Tips

Bristol City have drawn a league high eight matches. That includes three draws in their last five. They are a solid team who are sound defensively but sometimes lack that little bit of attacking quality to set a game alight which was evident during the 0-0 draw with 10 man Nottingham Forest at the weekend.

West Brom have also drawn plenty of league games this campaign – six in total. The Baggies have drawn two of their last three home games. A draw in this one is very tidy odds at 4.0. Both sides are on good unbeaten runs too.

Jake Livermore is arriving back from suspension after missing the win against Sheffield Wednesday. Livermore was suspended after accumulating five yellow cards. The former England international has been booked in five of the last six games he has played in. 5.0 for a card tonight is a sensational price.