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Arsenal to win
After a run of five defeats in seven Premier League matches, Arsenal have turned their form around by beating Chelsea 3-1 and Brighton 1-0.
They should win their third game in a row against 19th-placed West Brom, who drew 1-1 with Liverpool in their first game under Sam Allardyce but followed that up with a 5-0 home defeat to Leeds on Tuesday night.
Over 1.5 Arsenal goals
West Brom should improve defensively under Allardyce, but Tuesday’s defeat to Leeds was the third consecutive home match in which they’ve conceded at least three goals.
Crystal Palace put five past them at the Hawthorns earlier this month, so it’s likely that Arsenal will find the net at least twice here.
Alexandre Lacazette to score
Lacazette came off the bench and scored the winner with his first touch against Brighton on Tuesday night, meaning the Frenchman has now found the net in three consecutive matches.
Lacazette seems to fit into Arsenal’s current system better than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and is the Gunners’ top scorer this season with seven goals.
Arsenal to have the most cards
Arsenal have been shown more cards than their opponents in four of their last six matches.
Mikel Arteta’s side have picked up 24 yellows and three reds this season, while West Brom have had 21 bookings and three reds.
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