Glancing at the Premier League table after nine games is a little confusing. In addition to the fact that Liverpool appear to be at entirely the wrong end of the table, you cannot ignore the fact that in sixth place, just two points behind second-placed Arsenal, you’ll find none other than West Bromwich Albion .
Previously known as perhaps the ultimate “yo-yo club”, too good for the Championship, not good enough for the Premier League, West Brom are playing some excellent football as well as producing some fine results and consequently are one of the surprise packages in England so far this season.
The West Brom side blends an interesting combination of veteran players and inexperienced Premier League hopefuls, guided by a young and ambitious manager, much to the joy of the Hawthorns faithful. In truth, it will be a quite a sensation if the Baggies end the season in their current position. But, given the huge progress that the side has made so far this term, it seems that something has changed at West Brom. Here are some of the main reasons for Albion’s great form.