With just 13 games to go until the end of the Premiership campaign, Chelsea have climbed to the top of the standings and they are obviously looking to extend the great run of results at the Hawthorns.
The Blues are clearly England’s in-form team and no wonder they have been made 1/2 favourites to see off relegation-threatened West Brom.
While magnificent Eden Hazard is making up for the absence of prolific striker, Jose Mourinho has finally managed to patch up the leaky back line, with his side keeping four successive clean sheets and conceding one goal in last seven fixtures.
With that in mind, backing Chelsea to beat Baggies to nil at 29/20 could prove to be one of the best bets this weekend, especially since their opponents are going through a very rough patch at the moment.
The Blues will be without captain John Terry and Fernando Torres, but there are no fresh selection worries for Jose Mourinho.
Meanwhile, West Bromwich desperately need to show some improvement having slipped into the bottom three, but they clearly face an uphill task against in-form Chelsea.
Problems have continued to mount for boss Pepe Mel as the likes of Jonas Olsson, Nicolas Anelka and Stephane Sessegnon are all missing, whereas Billy Jones faces a fitness test.