West Brom can bring their 19-match winless sequence to an end by beating David Moyes’ West Ham United side on Tuesday.
There were signs on Sunday in the 1-1 draw with Arsenal that the Baggies are finally getting to grips with Alan Pardew’s methods while West Ham have endured a disappointing festive period, losing to Newcastle United and drawing with Bournemouth.
If Albion can win at the London Stadium they will move above the Hammers in the Premier League table, and Pardew’s side are 16/5 to do just that, with Jay Rodriguez, who scored the last-gasp penalty against the Gunners, 27/4 to score the first goal in the encounter.
Meanwhile, a home win at 1/1 seems to be the best bet at St Mary’s when Southampton take on Crystal Palace.
The Eagles will be exhausted after their exertions on Sunday when they almost ended Manchester City’s unbeaten start to the campaign.
An away game just over 48 hours after that effort may be asking too much for the Palace players who have enjoyed such a good run in the last two months.
Saints appeared to be in freefall when they lost 5-2 to Tottenham in embarrassing fashion on Boxing Day but produced a much-improved display on Saturday when they held Manchester United to a goalless draw at Old Trafford.
Finally, Manchester City can return to winning ways at home to Watford even though they look set to be without Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne after they both picked up injuries at Selhurst Park.
City are 11/2 to win the match from behind and 5/4 to triumph in a match in which both teams score.
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