West Brom managed to beat Arsenal twice in the space of four games, but those came at their home turf.
At Emirates, Arsenal had won 6 Premier League games on the bounce against the Baggies. And they conceded just once in the process.
Also, Arsenal lost just once in their last 12 home games against West Brom in all competitions, won 10 and drew 1.
The top stat is Wenger’s record at the Emirates against teams managed by Toni Pulis, which is 10 wins in as many games.
The Emirates is a fortress for Arsenal and it is often difficult for elite teams to get wins.
West Brom are a traditionally poor away side and on current form, they hardly stand a chance for anything substantial here.
I wouldn’t be surprised if the Gunners bag a big victory. Having said that, here is how we expect the boss to lineup his side against Tony Pulis men.