West Brom scored late on to draw 2-2 with Aston Villa in dramatic fashion, leaving the gap between themselves and second place Leeds United at three points.

Aston Villa took an early lead through loan star Anwar El Ghazi, while Dwight Gayle equalised for the Baggies before the half hour mark.

El Ghazi extended the Villans lead after the restart, just before the hour mark, and it appeared that the club had moved themselves back into the play-off positions for the time being.

However a late strike from Jay Rodriguez earned the Baggies a point, leaving Villa two points shy of the play-offs’ final spot.

Third place West Brom will now hope Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest fail to win their respective games in hand, to prevent them from being leapfrogged by the Championship duo.

Here is how we rated Albion’s players during this encounter.