Last Updated at 5:08 pm, February 25th 2012
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And that's it! West Brom have been absolutely rampant today. Sunderland could not cope with the movement and pressure the Baggies put them under. It didn't take the hosts long to break the deadlock with an Odemwingie header in the third minute, Morrison followed up with another before half-time. Then it was Odemwingie's chance to double his tally after the restart and Andrews rounded off the rout in his first league start for the club. Superb display - 4-0 West Brom!
GOAL ANDREWS!!! And from that spell of possession, Morrison gets past Cattermole in the box and pulls it back. It comes to Keith Andrews who lifts it into the top corner, great finish. 4-0!!
Plenty of applause for Odemwingie as he makes way for Shane Long.
Mulumbu comes off for Nicky Shorey.
Robust challenge from Dorrans sees him cautioned for a foul on Bardsley.
O'Shea goes into the book for a late challenge on Morrison.
Dorrans comes on for Thomas who looks to be in some pain.
"LOL, nobody saw this coming, a real test of character this half, come on Sunderland," says Paul in Dartford.
And that's his final part to play today as Larsson exits for Wayne Bridge.
GOAL ODEMWINGIE!!! From Foster's throw out to Morrison, the midfielder glides forward with the ball, releases Fortune down the left who with his back to goal squeezes in a cross, it's deflected into the path of Odemwingie who side-foots it past Mignolet.
Ready for the second-half and O'Neill has brought on Bendtner and Campbell in place of Colback and Richardson - both have played well but it's goals the away side needs now.
And that's it for the half. Martin O'Neill will have plenty to say to his players for firstly letting Mulumbu find Odemwingie in the box for a free header and then Morrison later popped up in a similar position to net the second. Sunderland have barely put together a chance as West Brom have capitalised on the lacklustre performance. Can the Black Cats take on their uphill challenge and get something out of this game? 2-0 West Brom
GOAL MORRISON!!! Their immense pressure pays off as nobody closes Thomas down on the left flank, he's given acres of time and space to pick out a cross and he clips it towards Morrison who heads into the bottom corner.
GOAL ODEMWINGIE!!! There's no stopping him. The forward gets inbetween two Sunderland defenders to guide a header into the bottom corner, brilliant positioning. Superb ball from Mulumbu.
@TheLiamsta tweets about England's recent call-up Fraizer Campbell, saying: "Im dissapointed that campbells not starting. I predict 2-1 Sunderland, McClean, Sessegnon and Odemwingie scoring."
John adds: "The mighty red and whites to win 1-0. In MON we trust."
Scotts says: "Sunderland to keep the run going........ 2-1 win with a goal apiece for Mcclean and Larsson. HAWAY THE LADS"
Daniel James emails in to say: "It is a brave decision of Martin O'Neill to put Catts in but he has been on fire lately. Football is about winning the next game in front of you and of course we want him for the Newcastle game but it is about beating west brom first and foremost. I say 2 -1 to Sunderland with Mclean getting the first. Come on lads!!!!!!!"
Eimantas email reads: "I go for a 3-1 Sunderland win, Larsson getting 2 and McClean getting 1, for West Brom Shane Long will probably get a goal... Come on Sunderland!!!!
Fancy a flutter? Here's SkyBet guru Jonathan Witty's top picks for today's game: "Nicklas Bendtner has bagged three Premier League goals against West Bromwich Albion and he is 7/1 to open the scoring after missing Sunderland's 2-0 FA Cup win over parent club Arsenal. The draw is 23/10 and the Baggies are 7/5."
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