West Bromwich Albion welcome Liverpool to the Hawthorns in the Premier League on Sunday but only have pride to play for as their relegation is already confirmed.
Nevertheless, Read West Brom looked into the last time Albion beat the Reds on home soil and had to go back a few years as many of their head-to-heads in the Midlands have resulted in stalemates.
Albion beat Liverpool 3-0 on August 18, 2012 in front of more than 26,000 supporters, courtesy of goals from Zoltan Gera, Peter Odemwingie and Romelu Lukaku.
West Brom were managed by Steve Clarke that season and finished the campaign 8th, just one place below Liverpool in the table.
As for this season, Albion are 19th but can only leapfrog Fulham in 18th as they’re 11 points adrift of safety. Liverpool have an outside chance of finishing in a Champions League place, but they’ll likely need a perfect finish to the season while hoping teams above them slip up.
That means beating West Brom as a bare minimum this weekend, but it remains to be seen whether they can get a result as the Hawthorns hasn’t been a good place for Liverpool to come to historically.