Albion’s Second Tier Season Comparison – 20 games

A wonderful goal from Brandon Thomas-Asante secured Albion’s third successive victory and a third successive clean sheet. It is the first time that the Baggies have recorded three wins in a row since the early days of Valérien Ismaël’s reign when they won four league games in succession in August 2021, albeit there was a 6-0 home defeat by Arsenal…

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Albion’s Second Tier Season Comparison – 19 games

Carlos Corberán’s Albion recorded back-to-back victories for the first time this season to move onto 20 points, still in the bottom three but just four points off 13th-placed Sunderland. The last time Albion won three games in a row was at the start of last season under Valérien Ismaël when they won four consecutive league games after the initial opening…

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Albion’s Second Tier Season Comparison – 18 games

Okay Yokuşlu’s first goal for the Baggies secured a massive win for Albion and registered Carlos Corberán’s first points as head coach. It moved the Baggies off the bottom of the table, for 24 hours at least, above the Spaniard’s former club, Huddersfield Town, ahead of their match at home to Sunderland on Wednesday evening. Game 18 in the 1994/95…

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Albion’s Second Tier Season Comparison – 15 games

Bristol City’s first win at the Hawthorns for almost 30 years leaves Albion in 20th place ahead of Wednesday’s fixtures. It also means that this campaign is once again the joint worst in the Baggies’ second tier history. In 1994, Alan Buckley’s team drew 0-0 with Port Vale to move onto 14 points leaving them in 23rd place six points…

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