Next interesting event that we liked and choose to predict and give our exclusive verdict is going to be from England, Championship between West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City. The game will be held in The Hawthorns, West Bromwich city. Moreover, the head referee who was assigned to the event is called Scott Duncan. The average yellow cards are also approximately 3.15, accordingly, we should be expecting a battle less than 3.5 Cards. Our suggestion for this amazing contest is Under 3.5 cards
The visiting team of Wales has lost their last four visits in the Championship. While West Bromwich Albion has failed to win their last six games at home so far this season. The visiting team is winless in the previous four league visits to the Hawthorns against their rivals of West Bromwich (wins - 0, draw - 2, losses 2) since a 2:0 win in September 2013. Swansea City has to lose each of their previous four visits in the league. Their worst run since losing seven in a row from September to December 2017 in the Premier League. While the hosts have lost three of the previous five appearances in all competition at the Hawthorns, as many as they lost in their first 18 clashes so far this season.
The guests have picked up just three points from their last four games in the league. Swansea also has scored just five goals in their last six games in the league. Potter's men have only beaten two of the top 12 so far this season, beating Sheffield United twice and Preston North End once.
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