Sam Allardyce has scored more points at Anfield since April 2017 than any of the “Big Six” teams combined by one point against Liverpool following West Brom’s recent heroic defense efforts
- In Semi Ajayi’s header, fighters West Brom secured a point at Anfield
- The Big Six have only collected four points at Anfield since April 2017
- However, Allardyce has scored five points on Merseyside during that time
- The Baggies are still only eight points, five points behind Burnley’s 17th place
Going to Anfield is a daunting task for most Premier League teams – even their greatest rivals battling for the title – but try and tell Sam Allardyce, who has scored more points there than anyone since April 2017 “Big Six” together.
The Baggies, who were tapered under Big Sam, received a massive boost to prevent relegation this season with a 1-1 draw with the champions after Semi Ajayi’s header canceled Sadio Mane’s opener.
Allardyce suffered a loss in his first responsible game, a 3-0 loss to local rivals Aston Villa, but he appears to have instilled his classic brave demeanor into his players after scooping a point on Merseyside.
Sam Allardyce has won more points at Anfield since 2017 than the entire “Big Six” after his team’s 1-1 draw with Liverpool