West Bromwich Albion played out a goalless draw with Fulham at The Hawthorns to ensure that promotion back to the Premier League is still in their hands.

The Baggies now are only one point ahead of third-place Brentford which means they will most likely need to beat Huddersfield and QPR to reach the top flight next season.

Slaven Bilic made two changes to the team that drew 1-1 with Blackburn and that saw Ahmed Hegazi come in for Kyle Bartley and Grady Diangana replace Filip Krovinovic.

Fulham dictated the majority of the first half and went close when Hegazi provided heroics by clearing off the line from Ivan Caveliero’s back-post header.

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Matheus Pereira then steered a volley wide from Charlie Austin’s cross before missing two free-kick opportunities in the second half.

With 20 minutes to go, the best two chances of the game came when Diangana was brilliantly denied by the foot of Rodak after an outside of the foot effort for Albion, whilst Knockeart crashed the bar with a thunderous strike for the visitors.

Here’s how we rated the WBA players in the 0-0 draw: