Last Updated at 5:12 pm, September 24th 2011
Full time: West Brom 0 Fulham 0
Substitution for Fulham: Danny Murphy isn't happy as he is replaced by Dickson Etuhu.
Dave says via email:"Listening in from Boston, USA, just before I get my Flight Back to the UK. Baggies give me a goal to ease my flight nerves ! Boing Boing !"
Substitution for West Brom: Jerome Thomas comes off, Somen Tchoyi comes on.
Substitution for West Brom: Graham Dorrans is replaced by James Morrison.
Substitution for Fulham: Pajtim Kasami is replaced by Bryan Ruiz
Yellow card: Chris Baird is booked for a foul on Peter Odemwingie
David Seitz says via email: "Why does this match surprise you? Fulham's style away from the Cottage will always keep a lesser opponent in the match. And these slow, low-scoring games invite an upset. I could easily see the Whites losing this 1-0."
Yellow Card: Brede Hangeland is booked for taking out Shane Long on the half-way line.
Fancy a bet? Here is the latest from the Sky Bet guys: "Kasami's disallowed goal was the main point of contention in a fairly even opening period. A draw is 5/4, but Fulham are 11/4 to find a win and the Baggies are 6/4 to grab the victory."
Oliver Berry says via email: "Oli here from southern Ireland, can see Jol bringing Ruiz on midway through the 2nd half to exploit what already seems to be a tired West Brom. Confident of a 1 or 2-0 win for the cottagers! Don't worry, it'll liven up with a goal! We hope! COYW!"
@WhymarkSte says on Twitter: "FFC really need start building on our possession and promising play. Players need 2 have confidence 2 go for goal we badly need."
@stypulkoski says on Twitter: : "Fulham supporter in the States here. Hate to say it, but Kasami looked off. We're bossing the game, should find a winner. COYW"
@dandickiewalker says on Twitter: "Fulham need to take their chances after having so much possession"
There is the half-time whislte. Not a lot to write home about. Fulham will be the happier of the two sides, the Baggies were very, very poor. Hodgson has some work to do during the break.
James F says via email: "Poor, poor performance from the Baggies, we just can't seem to string two passes together. Keep playing like this and we will lose. No question."
Clare says via email: "Who knows what could happen today? We can't beat Blackburn but can draw against City and our reserve team can outplay Chelsea for 120 minutes?! I think the lily whites will pull it out the bag today!!"
Fancy a bet on the game? Here is what the guys over at Sky Bet think of the match: "West Brom have suffered a poor start to the season, but have a good record against Fulham and are available at 5/4 to secure the win. The Cottagers are 11/5 to get an away win and a draw is 23/10. Baggies striker Peter Odemwingie is 11/2 to bag the opening goal"
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