Norwich made it six straight victories with a 3-2 success over Bristol City in midweek that sees the gap between them and Blackburn in third up to four points. They are one behind league leaders Sheffield United.
At Carrow Road, the Canaries are going well with four victories and one draw from their opening five here. They are firing in the goals in front of their own fans having netted 11 times the joint highest in the division (alongside Sheff Utd and Rotherham).
West Brom manager Steve Bruce is a man under pressure as defeat at home to Birmingham in midweek has lead to fans calling for his head. The Black Country outfit recruited well in the summer but are still languishing in 20th spot and are five without a win in all competitions.
Away from home, the Baggies have actually looked ok losing only one of four but three of these finished all-square. Each of their four on the road has seen both teams finding the back of the net.
Norwich vs West Brom Match Stats
Sky Bet are running a market on this game where if the home team goes two goals up then they will payout on the victory. This is more sensible as a matchbet than the full-time result as Norwich start games well but tend to concede at least once later on. Their opponents are slow starters but tend to finish strong. Norwich should win but just to be sure take the 2 up market option.
Josh Sargent has five in his last five, Teemu Pukki has three in his last two and both are proving a hit up top for the Canaries. West Brom shipped three in midweek and 13 in total for the season. Sky Bet have a special both players to score market and backing these two to continue to fire at 13/2 (at least one goal each) is the recommendation.
Norwich vs West Brom: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Norwich 2-1 West Brom
Norwich vs West Brom odds
Norwich vs West Brom head-to-head
12 January 2019- West Brom 1-1 Norwich- Championship
11 August 2018- Norwich 3-4 West Brom- Championship
19 March 2016- West Brom 0-1 Norwich- Premier League
24 October 2015- Norwich 0-1 West Brom- Premier League
23 September 2015- Norwich 3-0 West Brom- League Cup
Strangely for two teams who often jump between the Premier League and the Championship this will be the first meeting between the sides since January 2019 and only the third in the last six years. The side hosting this fixture has failed to win any of the last four clashes with the team on the road winning three of these.