West Brom picked up another win and moved to within three points of the top of the table away to Swansea on Wednesday.
Darren Moore’s side beat Swansea 2-1, after going 1-0 down in the 10th minute to an Ollie McBurnie goal.
However, headers in the 13th and 44th minute from Craig Dawson and Ahmed Hegazi gave West Brom the win as they held out in the second half for the three points.
Here is how we rated the players…
Sam Johnstone: 6
Could have perhaps done better not to parry it straight to McBurnie for the goal.
Matt Phillips: 8
Two assists for the wing-back, greatt
Tosin Adarabioyo: 6
Solid enough at the back after his recent mishaps.
Ahmed Hegazi: 8
Scored the winner and defended well.
Craig Dawson: 8
Got the crucial equaliser and
Kieran Gibbs: 7
Got up and down the pitch well.
Jake Livermore: 6
Not his best game, was fairly average in midfield.
James Morrison: 7
His passing was impressive and he showed a few good turns.
Harvey Barnes: 6
Threatened at times, but to no avail.
Hal Robson-Kanu: 6
Worked his socks off, but no quality on the ball.
Jay Rodriguez: 5
Had little service and struggled to create anything on his own.
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