Jay Rodriguez Forward
Matthew Phillips Midfielder
Ahmed Hegazi Defender
Manolo Gabbiadini Forward
Steven Davis Midfielder
Dusan Tadic Midfielder
|Last Five Games||Date||Competition|
|Southampton SOU||1-0||West Bromwich Albion WBA||21 Oct, 2017||English Premier League|
|West Bromwich Albion WBA||0-1||Southampton SOU||8 Apr, 2017||English Premier League|
|Southampton SOU||1-2||West Bromwich Albion WBA||31 Dec, 2016||English Premier League|
|Southampton SOU||3-0||West Bromwich Albion WBA||16 Jan, 2016||English Premier League|
|West Bromwich Albion WBA||0-0||Southampton SOU||12 Sep, 2015||English Premier League|
- WBA Tied-16th 9
- 9 SOU Tied-16th
- WBA Tied-14th 18
- 14 SOU Tied-7th
- WBA Tied-15th -9
- -5 SOU 13th
- WBA Tied-15th 6
- 3 SOU Tied-19th
VENUE: The Hawthorns
|9||Brighton & Hove Albion||11||0||15|
|17||West Bromwich Albion||12||-9||10|
|18||West Ham United||12||-14||9|
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