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2006-2007 Fixtures

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ALBION will step up their preparations for the new Coca-Cola
Championship season with a mini-tour of Scotland.

The trip north of the border will see Bryan Robson's side take on two
SPL outfits.

The Baggies will face Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Thursday, July 20 (ko
7.45pm) before meeting Motherwell at Fir Park on Sunday, July 23 (ko
3pm).

Albion are also considering playing a third friendly on their
pre-season-tour - but a fixture has yet to be confirmed.

Boss Robson said: "I think we are best served facing opposition who play
a similar style to what we will face week in, week out next season.

"These games should be very competitive. The teams we're up against will
give us a real test.

"The matches will also give us an opportunity to see where we're at in
terms of preparation for the new season."

Kilmarnock finished fifth in the SPL last season, three places above
Motherwell who recently promoted Maurice Malpas from assistant-boss to
manager in place of Sydney FC-bound Terry Butcher.

Albion have previously announced three other pre-season games.

Robson will split his squad in two for a fixture double-header on
Saturday, July 15 at non-league Kidderminster (ko noon) and League Two
neighbours Walsall (ko 3pm).

The Baggies will also face League Two outfit Bristol Rovers at the
Memorial Stadium on Tuesday, July 18 (ko 7.45pm).

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I see we have won the last two pre season games, with goals from John Hartson

Gera has played well too

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West Brom v Hull City

The Baggies have done fantastically well to keep their relegated squad together, and Bryan Robson will want his troops to set the tone for what could be a successful season at The Hawthorns.

Robson has bolstered his squad with the signings of John Hartson and Chris Perry, but the main focus will be on whether Swiss World Cup star Pascal Zuberbuhler will be able to dislodge keeper Tomasz Kuszczak for the number one jersey - with Manchester United failing with three bids for the impressive young Pole.

Martin Albrechtsen and Steve Watson are also vying for the right-back berth, and with the likes of Curtis Davies and Zoltan Gera in contention it could be a tricky day for Phil Parkinson's Tigers.

With Nick Barmby, Ian Ashbee, Danny Coles and Steven McPhee injured for the Yorskhire side, the path is clear for new arrivals Sam Ricketts, Michael Turner, Dean Marney and David Livermore to win their debuts.

Skysports.com prediction: 2-0.


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I suppose the lineup will be:

GK KUSZCZAK

RB ALBRECHTSEN
CB DAVIES
CB PERRY
LB ROBINSON

RM GERA
CM QUASHIE
CM WALLWORK
LM GREENING

FW ELLINGTON
FW HARTSON


...Hartson to open scoring
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Should be a comfortable win really, I'd expect 2 clear goals at least.

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WEST BROMWICH ALBION vs PLYMOUTH ARGYLE

Two of the Championship's in-form teams meet at the Hawthorns tonight when West Bromwich Albion welcomes Plymouth Argyle.
West Brom have won their last seven home games while Argyle are unbeaten in 2007 so it promises to be a tight affair, although a win for either side will not improve their league placing. A win for West Brom will see the Baggies stay in fourth position in the Championship but cut the points deficit to just one with Preston North End in third place. An Argyle win will see the Pilgrims just four points away from a play off position.
With Argyle including three Hungarians in their squad and West Brom also having Zoltan Gera there is a chance that the Hungarian national team coach Peter Varhidi will be watching from the stands at the Hawthorns.


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West Brom boss Tony Mowbray has admitted the Argyle game could be a 'dangerous fixture', he said: 'We are very respectful of the opposition we're playing against. They showed at Home Park against us they are a decent side with decent players and are on a decent run of form.
'Their confidence will be high and they might look forward to coming to The Hawthorns.
'But we have to make sure we make it a difficult evening for them. It is a potentially dangerous fixture for us.
We'll need to be at our best.
'It's not a question of just turning up and playing the 90 minutes.
"It is a question of a vibrant support backing an enthusiastic and energetic team and getting the right result.
"We're very aware of Plymouth's strengths and weaknesses as we only played them a month ago.'
Mowbray added: 'The likes of Scott Sinclair, Barry Hayles, Akos Buzsaky and David Norris are good players. We're very aware of their qualities that have given teams problems this year. There is an intensity about their game. That's the way Ian Holloway manages. We need to start this game on the front foot and play with the same intensity as we did at Wolves.'



West Brom Team News:
New WBA striker Sherjill MacDonald could make his debut against Argyle tonight. The 22-year old has arrived on loan from Dutch side AGOVV Apeldoom until the end of the season. Keeper Russell Hoult has been suspended by the club following press articles about his private life; so new signing Dean Kiely is expected to play in goal.

West Brom: ( from): Zuberbuhler, Kiely, McShane, Davies, Robinson, Clement, Koumas, Hodgkiss, Greening, Chaplow, Koren, Carter, Gera, Watson, Kamara, Phillips, Hatson, MacDonald, Ellington.


Player to watch: Kevin Phillips

The 33-year old former England international has netted 12 goals since his £700,000 transfer from Aston Villa in the summer.

Plymouth Argyle Team News:
Argyle boss Ian Holloway will have joint record signing Rory Fallon available after the big striker was cup-tied for the game against Barnet, fellow striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake is also back in the squad after serving a one-game ban. Defender Gary Sawyer has recovered from illness and will be in the squad.

Argyle: (from): McCormick, Connolly, Seip, Aljofree, Capaldi, Norris, Nalis, Buzsaky, Halmosi, Hayles, Gallen, Clapham, Sawyer, Hodges, Timar, Summerfield, Gosling, Fallon, Ebanks-Blake, Sinclair.


Player to watch: Barry Hayles

The veteran striker has got better and better since being made captain of the team and is one of the Championship's top scorers.

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Starting 11

KIELY

MCSHANE DAVIES CLEMENT ROBINSON

CHAPLOW KOUMAS KOREN GREENING

PHILIPS KAMARA
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WBA - Plymouth 2:1
Kamara scored twice.

Up to 52 points now, and next match is away to Hull.
MacDonald made his debut later on the match replacing Kamara.
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Hull need to return to winning ways having suffered defeat on Tuesday night. Everything about Tuesday night must be forgotten as the Tigers need points to move away from the relegation zone. With the club sitting only one point above Queens Park Rangers, the Tigers must try to take something against the Championship's in-form team and top scorers West Bromwich Albion.


Hull City Team News:
Deadline day signing Nathan Doyle may make his debut after completing his move from Phil Brown's former club Derby County. Doyle can play at either right-back or right-midfield.

Brown has suggested that Dean Windass and Jon Parkin will again be part of a three man attack despite several fans and pundits claiming the two strikers can't play together. Stephen McPhee is hopeful of returning to action having missed the last two games with a hamstring injury.

David Livermore is set to return to the three man midfield having missed the last two games, firstly to suspension and the ineligibility.

Player to watch: Nicky Forster

The striker looked to be the Tigers biggest threat against Leeds and although he netted a goal, the several chances he missed are a worry. He must start to find the net more regularly if he is to avoid being considered an expensive disaster.

West Bromwich Albion Team News:
Dean Kiely made his debut in goal against Plymouth during the week and he is set to continue after West Brom released goalkeeper Russell Hoult who later joined Stoke City on transfer deadline day.

West Brom have no fresh injury worries and they will bring a strong team to the KC, backed by almost two thousand Baggies fans according to stats from their official website.

Player to watch: Diomansy Kamara

The striker has netted nine goals in ten games and he will be a serious danger. If the Tigers defence can manage to somehow keep the striker quiet, they will have gone some way to coming away with a positive result.

Match Facts & Stats

Hull City - West Bromwich Albion

All matches:
Played: 42
Won: 15
Drawn: 12
Lost: 15
Goals For: 53
Goals Against: 55
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WBA - Southampton

Starting lineup

Kiely
McShane
Daives
Clement
Robinson
Chaplow
Koren
Koumas
Gera
Kamara
Philips

Bench: Zuberbuhler, Albrechtsen, Carter, Ellington, MacDonald



First half

WBA - Southampton 1-1
Philips scored
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Colchester United suffered a rare defeat at Layer Road on Tuesday as West Brom moved ahead of Birmingham City into second spot with a 2-1 win.


The U's had gone 14 matches unbeaten at home, but were undone by a quick-fire double after half-time from Paul McShane and Diomansy Kamara.

Johnnie Jackson pulled one back for Geraint Williams' side, however, they were unable to muster a leveller - leaving them two behind sixth-placed Cardiff City.

The visitors started brightly with Kemal Izzet deflecting Richard Chaplow's shot wide with defender Neil Clement heading the resulting corner over.

Kamara then fired wide from 20 yards out, although The U's had the final say of the half with Jackson testing Dean Kiely from well outside the box.

West Brom cut loose after the break with McShane putting them ahead after 51 minutes and shortly after the in-form Kamara got his name on the scoresheet.

Both sides had further chances to find the back of the net but West Brom held on to their lead to inflict Colchester's first home defeat since last August



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good win, every chance of slipping up theie, everyone else has, looks like it good be a close run in.

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WBA - Cardiff 1:0

Ellington, who has not started a game for West Brom in more than three months, broke the deadlock with a spectacular second-half strike to give the Championship promotion chasers a ninth win in their last 10 home games. It takes them to just one point behind leaders Derby who play on Wednesday.

But defeat drew a line under Cardiff's five-game unbeaten run.

It was the hosts who had been on the offensive early on as Robert Koren tested City goalkeeper Neil Alexander with a left-foot shot tipped around the post.

But Cardiff responded through Steven Thompson who headed a Peter Whittingham corner narrowly wide.

As play swung again, Koren set free Kevin Phillips who then moved the ball to Jason Koumas who could only fire over the bar.

Again Koren was the architect when, in the 17th minute, he supplied Phillips who backheeled for Richard Chaplow to rifle wide.

Darcy Byrne, making his senior debut for the Bluebirds, forced a point-blank save from Dean Kiely after the Albion goalkeeper advanced but then retreated following Whittingham's left-wing cross.

Next, Alexander saved from Koumas at the other end but Phillips had the ball in the net with 24 minutes gone only to see his header from a Koumas cross ruled out by an offside flag. But with 10 minutes to the break Thompson hit the Albion crossbar after Kiely miskicked a free-kick to the Cardiff striker.

The start of the second half failed to match the tempo of the first and only opened in earnest when, in the 57th minute, West Brom captain Paul Robinson header a Koumas corner from the left wing over the Cardiff crossbar.

Kiely was off his line and out of his penalty area to tackle Paul Parry, who had broken clear along the City right, before Albion made a double substitution on the hour as John Hartson replaced Chaplow and Nathan Ellington came on for Phillips.

And the switches almost paid immediate dividends as Parry backheeled into the path of Robinson who in turn fed Ellington, although the ball stuck on a stodgy pitch under the forward's feet.

Suddenly the Bluebirds were seeing more of the ball though as Joe Ledley pushed a chance wide before Ellington's inspired 25-yard effort speared from the Albion left channel over Alexander and into the far top corner.

Koumas was replaced by Darren Carter and Cardiff boss Dave Jones replaced Byrne with Iwan Redan ahead of Thompson pitting an 18-yard volley at Kiely who pushed the ball over the crossbar.

Parry was replaced by Willo Flood and former Albion striker Kevin Campbell was swapped for Thompson late on but to little avail
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Albion Team News Vs Crystal Palace


Diomansy Kamara will be hoping that he finds his scoring touch again after a frustrating afternoon at Molineux as Albion entertain Crystal Palace at The Hawthorns. A game Albion must win if they want to cement their place in the Championship promotion race.


Albion Team News
Crystal Palace
Wednesday 14th March 2007

Goalkeeper:
Dean Kiely will continue in goal with Luke Daniels on the bench.

Central Defence:
Curtis Davies will start on the right with Neil Clement on the left.

Wing-backs/Full-backs:
Paul Robinson will start at left-back with Paul McShane on the right. Martin Albrechtsen should again be on the bench.

Midfield:
Jason Koumas, Jonathan Greening, Zoltan Gera and Richard Chaplow started against Wolves but Darren Carter has been pushing for a start in recent weeks and this game could see him get his chance. Robert Koren was dropped to the bench for Sunday's game and he will be hoping for a start against Palace.

Strikers:
Joe Kamara will be looking for goals after missing a number of chances at the weekend and he should be partnered by Kevin Phillips in attack. Sherjill MacDonald will probably be on the bench as John Hartson is out injured with a knee problem and Nathan Ellington is serving the final game of his 3 match suspension.

Likely Line-up:

Kiely
McShane Davies Clement Robinson
Gera Koumas Carter Greening
Phillips Kamara


Subs:
Daniels (GK), Albrechtsen, Koren, Chaplow, MacDonald

Not available:
Nathan Ellington (suspended - match 3 of 3)
John Hartson (injured - knee injury)
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Will be rooting for you to do the blue noses on Sunday now

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Will be rooting for you to do the blue noses on Sunday now

3 defeats in a row isnt a good sign before the derby, Davies is out for the season... there's no hope really, kiss-goodbye to promotion also
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1-1 draw, and you threw it away at the end really, you should have won it, looks like play offs at best now unless you go on an unbeaten run too the end.

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Albion Team News

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Saturday 31st March 2007

Goalkeeper:
Dean Kiely will continue in goal with Luke Daniels on the bench.

Central Defence:
Sam Sodje will continue alongside Neil Clement at the heart of Albion's defence with Curtis Davies out for the season with a broken Metatarsal.

Wing-backs/Full-backs:
Paul Robinson will start at left-back with Paul McShane at right back. Martin Albrechtsen and Jared Hodgkiss will compete for a place on the Albion bench.

Midfield:
Jason Koumas, Jonathan Greening, Zoltan Gera and Robert Koren all started against Blues, with three out of the four playing international games in the past week Richard Chaplow and Darren Carter could be called on if Tony Mowbray wants to freshen things up.

Strikers:
Kevin Phillips or Nathan Ellington will partner top-scorer Diomansy Kamara up-front, whoever fails to get a starting place will have to settle for a place on the bench. With Albion needing a win Sherjill MacDonald may be named on an attacking bench for Albion in place of an extra midfielder.

Likely Line-up:

Kiely
McShane Sodje Clement Robinson
Gera Greening Koren Koumas
Phillips Kamara
Subs:
Daniels (GK), Albrechtsen, Carter, MacDonald, Ellington

Not available:
Curtis Davies (injured - broken foot)
John Hartson (doubtful - knee injury)
Steve Watson (on loan at Sheffield Wednesday)
Luke Steele (on loan at Coventry City)
Stuart Nicholson (on loan at Bristol Rovers)
Rob Elvins (on loan at York City)
Tomasz Kuszczak (season long loan at Man Utd)
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84th min,
Norwich - WBA 1:1

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Burnley 3 West Bromwich 2: Mowbray fumes as 10-man Albion lose again


West Bromwich Albion squandered a two-goal lead that could yet cost them a place in the Championship play-offs after Burnley came from behind to beat them at Turf Moor last night.

Early strikes from Jason Koumas and Nathan Ellington should have ensured only a third win in 10 games - and with it a four-point cushion over seventh-placed Southampton.

But West Brom had to play with 10 men for the second half after Paul McShane was sent off for a headbutt on James O'Connor, but replays proved it was an honest challenge for the ball.

Two goals from Andy Gray, the first of which looked suspiciously offside, brought Burnley level before Chris McCann headed - or more accurately shouldered - the winner with three minutes remaining.

"There's not a player more honest than McShane," said Tony Mowbray, the West Brom manager. "The referee said it was an elbow then changed his mind at the end to say he wiped him out. It looked as though we were going to win comfortably but it doesn't matter now - we live in a results industry and we have to accept it."

West Brom had gone ahead when Koumas beat Brian Jensen with a 20-yard shot. A minute later, Zoltan Gera supplied a right-wing cross that Ellington headed against his own arm and beyond Jensen. But they conceded a goal entirely of their own making. Dean Kiely's throw to Diomansy Kamara was intercepted by Michael Duff and into the path of an offside Gray, who finished neatly.

A minute before half-time came the sending-off. O'Connor was stretchered off and taken to hospital overnight - but the challenge was not malicious.

In the second half, Gray turned the ball in after a scramble before McCann converted Duff's cross to earn Burnley an unlikely win.



Burnley (4-4-2): Jensen; Duff, Thomas, Caldwell, Harley; Elliott (Spicer, 79), Djemba-Djemba, O'Connor (McCann, h-t), Jones; Akinbiyi (McVeigh, 72), Gray.
Substitutes not used: Coyne (gk), Coughlan.

West Bromwich Albion (4-4-2): Kiely; Albrechtsen, McShane, Perry, Robinson; Gera, Greening, Koren, Koumas; Ellington (Chaplow, 64), Kamara (Phillips, 76).
Substitutes not used: Daniels (gk), Hartson, Hodgkiss.
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Albion Team News vs Coventry

Saturday 28th April 2007

Goalkeeper:
Dean Kiely will continue in goal with Luke Daniels probably on the bench, unless Tony Mowbray opts for five outfield players as subs as he has done a couple of times recently.

Central Defence:
Neil Clement serves the second game of his four match suspension that has ruled him out of this season and Curtis Davies is also out until the summer with a broken foot. On loan Sam Sodje looks set to return and will compete with Chris Perry to play alongside the free to play Paul McShane as his red card at Burnley was rescinded. Steve Watson has also returned from his loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday and he is expected to travel with the first-team.

Wing-backs/Full-backs:
Paul Robinson will start at left-back, Martin Albrechtsen will start at right-back with Jared Hodgkiss also an option.

Midfield:
Jason Koumas looked back on form at Burnley and will start but the rest of the Baggies midfield will need to improve if they plan on taking three-points from the Ricoh Arena. Robert Koren, Jonathan Greening and Zoltan Gera all started at Burnley but Ronnie Wallwork and Richard Chaplow will be pushing for a start.

Strikers:
Kevin Phillips has lost out recently to Nathan Ellington for a starting-place but I would expect the former Villa man to start at the Ricoh, Ellington scored against Burnley but struggled when the Baggies went down to 10 men, Diomansy Kamara is due a goal and should start up-front for Albion. Sherjill MacDonald has been back in training and could be set for a place on the bench.

Likely Line-up:


Kiely
Albrechtsen Sodje McShane Robinson
Gera Wallwork Greening Koumas
Phillips Kamara

Subs:
Daniels (GK), Watson, Koren, Chaplow, Ellington
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