Tony Pulis and Sam Allardyce – two men with a very similar style of management, and a very special, for lack of a better word, ‘tag’ associated with them. That tag being that they’ve never taken a team down.
After their resounding loss at the weekend against Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion decided to sack Tony Pulis, the fifth managerial casualty of the season.
Huddersfield vs West Bromwich Albion
Date: Saturday 4th November
Venue: Kirklees Stadium
Two teams separated by two points and two league positions face up at the Kirklees Stadium on Saturday, with Huddersfield sitting in the higher spot of 13th with twelve points going into the match.
West Bromwich Albion vs Manchester City
Table toppers Man City travel to West Brom on Saturday looking to extend their Premier League winning run to eight games.
There will be a profound sigh of relief around Southampton this week as Sofiane Boufal’s late wonder-goal took Tony Pulis’ side to now having just two wins in 18 matches, as their encounter versus West Bromwich Albion finished 1-0 in favour of Mauricio Pelligrino’s side.
Southampton vs West Bromwich Albion
TV: BT Sport 1
Southampton will take on West Bromwich Albion on Saturday in the tea time game at St Marys in a fixture which both sides will be desperate to win to alleviate their recent shaky form.
Leicester took on West Brom at the King Power stadium in a game which both sides could have done with winning to kick start their respective seasons.
Leicester City vs. West Bromwich Albion
TV: Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports 1
Tony Pulis’ West Bromwich Albion side take a trip to the King Power Stadium on Monday night, where Craig Shakespeare’s men will be desperate to put three points on the board after their demanding beginning to this seasons Premier League campaign.
West Bromwich Albion vs Watford
Tony Pulis will feel eager to sink his teeth into a defensive battle with another mid table side as West Bromwich Albion host Watford on Saturday.