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Man City 1 West Brom 0. The hosts do just about enough to get over the line. Dzeko's goal enough to hand City all three points.
Standing ovation for the hard-working Tevez as he makes his way from the field. Razak given a late run out for City. A rare opportunity to impress for him, but he won't get much time.
Final throw of the dice from West Brom as Long replaces Tamas. The Baggies now have three strikers on the field, but can they create an opportunity for them?
Rosenberg's last involvement as he is the man to make way for Odemwingie. City also take the opportunity to make a change, with Maicon sent on in place of Rodwell.
Morrison beavering away to earn a throw in City's half. He gets the ball back from Ridgewell and finds Lukaku. He twists and turns, but nothing doing. Nasri the man to make way for Barry.
Dorrans sent on for his 150th West Brom appearance in place of Yacob. He has quality about him and could be the man to grab West Brom a lifeline.
Nasri and Yacob shown yellow cards. Kolarov fancies the free-kick, which is fully 35 yards out, just right of centre. Why not have a go? He is capable.
Remember you can also bet in-lay at Skybet.com. City are now 1/8 to take the spoils, with West Brom 25/1 and the draw 6/1. You can get 9/2 on City to win 3-0.
Man City 1 West Brom 0. Dzeko's volley separates the two sides at the interval. The Baggies started well, but City have controlled for large parts and could be further in front.
GOAL MAN CITY - DZEKO. The opening goal arrives as City make their pressure count. Mulumbu caught in possession in midfield. Tevez is sprung clear into space and he crosses for Dzeko to send a controlled volley across Myhill and into the bottom corner.
After a discussion with his assistant, Phil Dowd shows Kolarov a yellow card. Fair enough, as he was high. Difficult one for the officials as Tamas ducked into the ball. Finally we're back under way.
Tony Holmes is another Baggie watching from behind the sofa. He says: 'I'm long-term Baggies fan, but I fear the worst tonight. The rejigged back-line, especially, could get shredded. Olsson was to blame for all 3 goals the other day, Dawson has been given an outing (been on-loan at Bolton) and sadly he will make costly errors at this level. One or both of Jones and Tamas is playing out of position, which could all end in tears. Oh, sub goalie too, also likely to make the odd boo-boo. Dunno much about Man City squad, but I suspect their subs bench costs more, and gets paid more, than our whole team!'
Jon Hyde is expecting little from the Baggies. He says: 'Looking at the Albion team, it is weakened perhaps more so than City's. Cant see us getting anything. 3-1 City.'
BT Drums thinks West Brom can take maximum points from their trip to Manchester. He says: 'I am not expecting a comfortable home win tonight. I can see West Brom winning it with a brace from Lukaku!'
Andrew Bruce fears for City's back four. He says: 'City fan writing from Canada...Lukaku is going to shred that backline unless Richards helps out in the centre (repeatedly). Oh well...'
Chris Green is another going for a comfortable home win. He says: 'If West Brom are to have any chance of getting a result here, they must keep it tight at the back and keep the ball away from City as often as possible; otherwise, this could be a long night for the Baggies. My prediction: Man City 3-0 West Brom.'
Elijah Peterkin first to get in touch, and is going for a home win. He says: 'City would want to secure the Champions League spot which will give them confidence for the final. Not surprised to see a few players rested but have a feeling City will do the business at home as always. I say 3-0 City.'
You can also bet in-play throughout the game at Skybet.com. City start as strong favourites at 4/11, with West Brom 7/1 and the draw 4/1. You can get a price-boosted 100/1 on Shane Long to net first and the game to end 1-1.
Feel free to air your opinions by contacting me direct at Chris.Burton@bskyb.com or @SkySportsChrisB.
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