West Brom's great escape bid is starting to gather momentum after last weekend's win over Brighton and next up they welcome Everton to The Hawthorns on Thursday evening in the Premier League.

The Baggies remain 19th in the league table, and Sam Allardyce's side are 10 points from safety with 12 games remaining in the top flight. Recent performances have given Albion hope though and they won't be a pushover for an Everton side still in the hunt for a Champions League spot.

Allardyce's old team are within two-points of the top-four after Monday's win against Southampton and will be bidding for a third straight win when they head to the Midlands.

West Brom vs Everton Betting Odds

Despite their precarious position in the bottom three, West Brom have been in good form of late, stringing together a three-match unbeaten run. 

After a first home win under Allardyce against Brighton, West Brom are 17/5 to back that up victory on Thursday night.

Everton are 10/11 favourites to leave the Midlands with all three points and that should come as no surprise, despite Albion's recent results. Carlo Ancelotti's men are unbeaten in eight on their travels, with six of those matches ending in victories.

They also have the added advantage of knowing what it takes to beat West Brom, having recorded a 5-2 victory in the reverse fixture back in September.

West Brom vs Everton Team News

Centre-back Semi Ajayi missed West Brom's victory over the Seagulls due to suspension, but he could return to the fold and replace Dara O'Shea at the back.

Robert Snodgrass was not risked at the weekend due to a calf issue, and he may have to settle for a place on the bench on Thursday evening if passed fit, while Kieran Gibbs is a doubt due to a neck injury.

Ancelotti expects Yerry Mina and Jean-Philippe Gbamin to return later this month, but Thursday's game will come too soon for the pair. Seamus Coleman, Tom Davies and James Rodriguez all missed Monday's victory over Southampton with minor issues and could be recalled.

West Brom vs Everton Prediction

Everton to win - BET NOW

The Toffees' away form is too hard to ignore, with six wins in eight a marvellous return for any team. Ancelotti's side have shown they have no fear of playing away from Goodison Park, and they also know what it takes to win at The Hawthorns, having won three of their last four games at the home of the Baggies.

Under 2.5 goals - BET NOW

Even though they should have too much for West Brom, Everton may need to be patient in their quest for victory. Ancelotti's side are likely to have to bide their time, with West Brom finally showing some of that defensive solidarity Big Sam's teams are known for.

Albion have kept back-to-back clean sheets and will likely look to frustrate an Everton side who have seen three of their last four games feature fewer than three goals.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin to score anytime - BET NOW

Dominic Calvert-Lewin might have failed to find the net against Southampton, but he was a constant threat going forward. 

He has changed his game for the better under Ancelotti, and the stats prove it is working, with the 23-year-old scoring 13 league goals in 22 appearances.

The fan favourite is no stranger to scoring goals on the road, with Calvert-Lewin netting eight of Everton's 20 away goals. He scored a hat-trick against the Baggies in the 5-2 win earlier this season, and he looks a great price to score anytime this week.

West Brom vs Everton Tips

1. Everton to win - BET NOW
2. Under 2.5 goals - BET NOW
3. Calvert-Lewin to score anytime - BET NOW

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