Last Updated at 4:56 pm, April 28th 2012
I hope that you enjoyed our live coverage of the match here on Skysports.com. Feel free to send me your opinion and feedback at Subhankar.Mondal@bskyb.com or tweet me @subhankarjourno. Hope you have a nice evening. It's goodbye from me for now.
It's all over at The Hawthorns as it has finished goalless between West Bromwich Albion and Aston Villa in the West Midlands derby. Both sides had chances, especially in the second half, but it ends 0-0.
Substitution for Aston Villa again. Clark is replaced by teenager Carruthers.
Substitution for West Brom. Mulumbu goes off and on comes Andrews.
Substitution for Aston Villa. Gardner comes on for N'Zogbia.
Long goes off and on comes Fortune.
Yellow card for Heskey now.
Clark is booked by the referee now.
So what have you made of the first 45 minutes? Send me your comments and analysis by emailing me at Subhankar.Mondal@bskyb.com or tweet me @subhankarjourno, and I will post the best ones here.
The referee blows the whistle for half-time, as the first 45 minutes end goalless between West Bromwich Albion and Aston Villa. It has been a good West Midlands derby with both sides having chances, but the score remains 0-0.
Yellow card for Alan Hutton.
Yellow card for Warnock for his diving challenge on Long.
Ed Gil, an Aston Villa fan, writes: "Not the best starting line up by the looks of it, assuming Ireland isn't fit enough to start. Although Heskey played OK in the first half against Bolton, I just can't see enough attacking threat here to go for the 3 points. Hopefully with Dunne back we can keep it tighter at the back and maybe use Gabby and N'Zogbia's pace to hit them on the break."
For those of you who are interested in betting on this game, here are the latest odds from Skybet.com. West Brom win - 11/10. Draw - 12/5. Aston Villa win - 12/5.
Dave Birch is the first one to get in touch with me via email, and he writes: "Hi, tough game for us today and I can't see where our next point is coming from, fair play to the kids they've been brilliant for us but I seriously can't see us staying up unless other teams do us a favour, mcleash is clueless, he's far to negative and every game it looks like we're setting out not to get beat but not to go for the win either. I've supported villa for 30 years and some of the performances I've seen this season are by far the worst I've ever seen. Mcleash out before he ruins the kids talent and get lambert in...... He would be quality for villa. 2-0 WBA."
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