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Full-time: Stoke 0-0 West Brom
Final change for West Brom as Marc-Antoine Fortune replaces James Morrison.
Tony Holmes e-mails to say: 'Funny comment from Ian in Tehran - I'm long-term Baggies fan, and yes, we've beaten them about twice since the war, a complete hoodoo. Think we beat them once when Banks was in goal?! Even a point against them would be good!!'
Shane Long replaces Lukaku for West Brom.
Charlie Adam replaces Jerome for Stoke.
Peter Odemwingie replaces Jerome Thomas for West Brom.
Jones replaces Peter Crouch.
Etherington booked for a late challenge on Mulumbu.
I'm in a spot of bother. Ian Lavender in Tehran, Iran, e-mails to say: 'I have to ask a question: What is it with SKY sport commentators? Why are you all so negative about West Brom? You do realise that we currently sit eight in the league and that we are having a fantastic season. Also, a little history that you probably don't know or realise. West Brom and Stoke are both founding members of the football league. And the first game played in the football league was Stoke v West Brom away at Stoke. West Brom won 2 - 1 on the day. It was possibly the last time we actually beat Stoke!!'
Change for Stoke as Dean Whitehead replaces Glenn Whelan.
Phil John Humphris e-mails to say: 'The game needs some serious creativeness, perhaps Pulis should bring Adam, Jones & Owen on. Can't see it myself but it can't be any worse. Have a feeling West Brom may win this on the counter attack.'
Edd Irwin e-mails to say: 'I agree about the changes. Something must happen in the second half and Jones with Owen could change it I'm sure.'
Half-time: Stoke 0-0 West Brom
James Morrison booked for a high boot on Glenn Whelan. Morrison was going honestly for the ball but his foot was too high and he was a touch late.
That's been coming from the first minute: Shotton booked for the latest in a string of over-zealous challenges.
Brunt is booked for time-wasting. The Northern Irishman protests furiously but the decision is made.
Ben Searle tweets: 'A must win for Stoke today in my eyes, need to get out of this horrible form.'
The Baggies are only four points behind fifth place Arsenal and still harbour an outside hope of a top six finish (10/1). The Potters have also gone eight matches without a clean sheet so with the visitors are not short of goals on the road, the 5/6 on both teams to score looks a solid bet.http://www.skybet.com/football/premier-league/event/14982118
James Hill e-mails to say: 'Another inept team section from Pulis! Why start an out of form striker when out best football this season has been played when Jones has started? How can Whelan be in the team after last week's shocker?! Anyone remember that Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam?! Oh well despite this we always beat West Brom so going for a 1-0 win!!'
Edd Irwin in Durban, South Africa, e-mails to say: 'Looking at the team Pulis has put out I would have liked to see Jones in place of Walters. Anyway they have to get three points today whatever team is put out. Stoke have always played well against W.B.A. and I'm going for Stoke to win 2-1.'
Stokie Phil in Spain e-mails to say: 'Crucial game this forStoke & Tony Pulis what with all the discontentment about performances& team selection. Here's hoping things fall right for us 2-0 & agood game hopefully.'
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