Andres Villas-Boas’ side come into the game on the back of three draws, but the stats suggest that this game offers them a great chance to secure all three points and maintain their challenge for a top four finish.
The Baggies have won none of their last six Premier League games against them (W0 D3 L3) and have also won just one of their last five games on their own patch.
They are badly out of form, and Spurs have the players at their disposal who are capable of taking advantage and firing them to victory.
One of those is Gareth Bale who has now scored 10 goals in a single season for the first time.
The Welshman can also be backed at 3.25 with Ladbrokes to net anytime, and that looks big given that he is as short as 2.62 elsewhere.
Another bet worth considering is backing Spurs in the HT/FT market at 3.6 with Coral as West Brom have been very slowly out of the blocks in recent games.