Wednesday, 4 December 2013

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Manchester City have named captain Vincent Kompany in the squad after a two-month absence with a thigh injury.
Belgium defender Kompany has missed the last 10 games in all competitions.
There's no doubt that since Manuel Pellegrini came to Manchester, he's made the Etihad Stadium home sweet home. Seven wins from seven so far and only two goals conceded is a hugely impressive record and City don't look like losing many, if any, at home.
The burning question with a third of the season gone is quite simply - can they get enough points on the road to be at the top of the table next May?
The evidence so far is concerning. Four defeats already isn't championship form. Just to put it in perspective, it took Roberto Mancini's side until 16 March last season to lose four in total.
I witnessed their first reverse this season when they squandered a lead at Cardiff and looked defensively vulnerable. They have been unfortunate at Villa and Sunderland. They haven't been helped by the absence of their influential captain Vincent Kompany and the fact that they have fielded seven different centre-back pairings already.
Psychologically they need an away win or it will begin to wear them down. Trips to West Brom and Southampton in the space of four days will be an interesting challenge. Further ahead, they still have to visit the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United, Spurs and Everton.
West Brom have already proved they can match the big boys on their day this season, having beaten Manchester United and held both Arsenal and Chelsea. I watched them lose to a Moussa Sissoko wonder goal at Newcastle on Saturday, just their fourth defeat of the season.
They are difficult to beat but too often the draw specialists have been unable to close a game out. They have now won just seven league matches in 2013.
They will need little motivation for this one as they try and shut out the division's top scorers and beat City for the first time in five years. Pellegrini's men, though, cannot afford any more travel sickness.

West Bromwich Albion are without a win against Manchester City in seven games since winning at The Hawthorns in December 2008.
Sixty of the 143 meetings between the two clubs have produced four or more goals (42%).

West Bromwich Albion
The Baggies are unbeaten in the last four home league games (W1, D3).
Only Everton have drawn as many games (six) as West Brom in the Premier League.
West Brom are currently unbeaten against three of last season's top four - beating Manchester United and drawing with Arsenal and Chelsea.
Four players - Jonas Olsson, James Morrison, Chris Brunt and Graham Dorrans - remain from the line-up that last beat City in December 2008.
The Baggies have mustered just one goal in their last six Premier League games against Manchester City.
Steve Clarke's side have dropped points from winning positions on three occasions this season, more than any other Premier League club.

Manchester City
All four of Manchester City's defeats have come away from home, equalling their tally on their travels for the whole of last season.
City are the division's top goalscorers, with 37 in 13 league games. Sergio Aguero (10) and Alvaro Negredo (6) have netted more between them than West Brom's entire league tally of 15.
Only eight of City's goals scored have come on their travels, while their points per game average on the road is less than one (0.66).
Manchester City are looking to win three successive Premier League games for the first time since mid-April.
Manuel Pellegrini's side have won five of six matches against top-half opposition, but have lost three of seven against sides in the bottom half.
Alvaro Negredo has scored eight goals in his last seven appearances for City in all competitions. 

Competition: Premier League  
Match: West Brom V Man City                                                                           
Date: Wednesday 4th Dec 2013
Kickoff: 20:00 GMT
Venue: Hawthorns                                  
Live/Repeat: Live