Huddersfield have only lost one of their last six but three of those games have ended in a draw. The Terriers are four points clear of the bottom three and have taken double the amount of points they've won this season at home (16) than they have in their away matches (8).
West Ham are unbeaten in four but have similarly drawn three of those matches. David Moyes has moved the Hammers out of the bottom three but they are only two points clear of the drop zone. Injuries threaten to disrupt their good run of results.
The Hammers are unbeaten in their last three Premier League away matches and have raked up more goals in that time (7) than their previous nine away league matches combined (6). This is another evenly poised Premier League match and the statistics indicate a share of the spoils.
West Brom have won two of their last 23 matches and both have been against League Two sides. The Baggies are on a winless run of 20 matches in the Premier League, which is the second longest run in Premier League history.
Brighton have only two of their last 11 matches in the Premier League and are now only three points above the bottom three. However, the Seagulls have only lost one of their last five in the league, which suggests signs of improvement.
Chris Hughton's side have already beaten West Brom once this season and you'd have to fancy their chances of at least picking up a point on Saturday when they travel to the Hawthorns.