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West Bromwich Albion

Chelsea closer to Premier League title, but are Everton in a relegation scrap?

Manchester United grab another three points, while Aston Villa break their losing streak with a vital extra-time winner.
A full slate of midweek fixtures saw Tim Sherwood lead Villa to victory, an apologetic Ben Foster and a water bottle showdown between Gus Poyet and Steve Bruce.
The ESPN FC panel discuss why Chelsea have been able to maintain their lead atop the Premier League as they held on for a 1-nil victory over West Ham.

It's time to run the rule over the Heroes and Villains of matchday 28 in the Premier League, as there were plenty of exciting midweek fixtures.

HEROES

Twice, Jonas Gutierrez has been diagnosed with testicular cancer. Twice, he has beaten it. To fight that battle with courage and dignity, whether that battle is won or lost, is an achievement that outstrips any of the trivialities this column covers from week to week. To fight it twice, to beat it twice and to return to one of the world's most demanding...

Tony Pulis has goalkeeping decision ahead of FA Cup match vs. Villa

West Bromwich Albion head coach Tony Pulis defends goalkeeper Ben Foster after his side's 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa.

A disastrous performance from West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster was the main reason behind Albion's 2-1 loss to local rivals Aston Villa.

Foster had looked uncharacteristically nervous from early on in the game, letting a Gabriel Agbonlahor shot squeeze through his legs only to just about claw the ball back before it crossed the line. He mishandled a tame Jack Grealish shot and also dropped a Fabian Delph effort from long range late on.

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Albion were lucky that his mistakes weren't proving costly,...

 By Chris Wright

West Brom give 107-year-old fan VIP day out against Southampton

With the club famed for their yo-yo tendencies, it fair to say that West Brom fan Jack Jones has seen his fair share of ups and downs over the years -- 107 years, to be precise.

Jack was guest of honour as the Baggies beat Southampton 1-0 on Saturday, before his beloved club laid on a VIP afternoon for their most superannuated supporter.

West Brom reaping rewards of keeping Saido Berahino

Southampton continued their recent slide with a 1-nil loss away to West Brom.

West Brom's 1-0 win over Southampton at the Hawthorns was far from pretty, but Saido Berahino's stunning strike could be crucial in Albion's attempt to avoid relegation.

The England forward's goal, after just two minutes, was the one moment of quality an otherwise pretty poor game. His volley into the top corner from Craig Dawson's knockdown showed just how good a finisher Berahino can be. The ball bounced at an awkward height and on his wrong foot, but Berahino showed superb technique to get...

 By Chris Rann

Southampton must rediscover their scoring touch against West Brom

West Brom manager Tony Pulis plays down his team's good form at a news conference on Thursday ahead of his team's Premier League match against Southampton.

Southampton need to dust themselves down after Sunday's combination of frustration, travesty and injustice and find anew their scoring touch if they are to have any chance of fulfilling their dream of European football.

Perhaps, then, a trip to the Hawthorns is not the ideal follow-up fixture, but that is the card they have been dealt. It is almost hard to believe that Ronald Koeman's team ran out 8-0 winners against Sunderland earlier in the season, especially now given that they have scored just...

WBA's point at Sunderland emphasises Tony Pulis' approach on the road

West Bromwich Albion's 0-0 draw with Sunderland was another point gained for Tony Pulis' side as they look to move clear of the Premier League's relegation zone, but it only served to emphasise the contrasting styles the new manager employs in away fixtures compared to games at The Hawthorns.

Albion remain unbeaten on the road under Pulis but what is more significant is that all three of Pulis' away fixtures in the Premier League have resulted in draws, two of those being 0-0. That is always what...