Albion’s Second Tier Season Comparison – 29 games

Grady Diangana’s goal earned the Baggies a seventh successive home victory without conceding a goal for the first time since 2002. Gary Megson’s team won the first seven home games of the year starting with a 4-0 victory over Stokport County and ending with a 5-0 win over Portsmouth – the five home games in between were all won 1-0…

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Albion’s Second Tier Season Comparison – 26 games

Albion’s victory over Reading means that they have recorded five successive home victories for the first time since the end of the 2018/19 season under Jimmy Shan – the home leg play-off win over Aston Villa technically made it six, albeit none of us were celebrating a victory that night! Moreover, Carlos Corberán’s team haven’t conceded in those five games,…

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Albion’s Second Tier Season Comparison – 25 games

Albion’s seventh win in eight games lifted them to ninth place in the Championship table and to within a point of the play-off places. Other than after the opening game of the season, it is the Baggies’ highest league position since February. Despite the recovery in form in recent weeks, it remains Albion’s worst start to a second tier season…

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Albion’s Second Tier Season Comparison – 24 games

The Baggies sixth victory in seven games moved them up into the top half of the table, albeit for just a couple of hours until Luton Town’s victory over Norwich City moved them into 12th above Corberán’s team. Brandon Thomas-Asante’s superb second half goal made it five goals from substitutes in the last four games which suggests that the man…

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