Dele Alli has not been in the greatest form of his young career this season, but he looks to have found his shooting boots just in time with two goals in his last two games.
The England international went through a barren spell of 15 matches without finding the net earlier in the year, but after scoring five in his last eight appearances, he will be determined to increase his tally as the campaign draws to a close.
Tottenham have struggled against the Baggies in recent years, claiming victory just once in the past five fixtures between the sides, but Alli has got on the scoresheet twice and has two assists to his name as well.
Fortunately, you don’t have to rely on Mauricio Pochettino’s outfit to pick up maximum points at the Hawthorns; you just need the 22-year-old to score at the ground for a third season in a row.
Spurs have been in the goals this season with 68 in the league, a number they have bettered only twice in the last 31 years, and have scored in all but two of their 18 away matches.
West Brom’s troubles have been slightly eased by Darren Moore, who has overseen two wins and two draws, but they have still conceded three times in their two home matches under him and look destined for the Championship after a torrid season.
Their record of 30 goals conceded at the Hawthorns is the second-worst in the league and they have already shipped 12 strikes when hosting the other five top six sides this term.
Therefore, Alli’s record at this ground could well continue on Saturday and the 11/4 (3.75) enhancement on the midfielder may pay dividends.