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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Everton 16 10 8 58
8 West Brom 12 8 13 44
9 Southampton 11 7 14 40
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Wasteful West Brom suffer

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West Brom sluggish in defeat

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Transfer Rater: Azpilicueta to Barcelona

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Tony Pulis expects warm welcome for Craig Shakespeare at West Brom

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Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes go toe-to-toe in predicting the outcomes of the weekend's Premier League fixtures.

West Brom boss Tony Pulis expects former Albion player and coach Craig Shakespeare to receive a good reception when he brings his Leicester team to The Hawthorns on Saturday.

Former Baggies midfielder Shakespeare made more than 100 appearances for the club in the early 1990s before returning as a community officer towards the end of the decade.

He served as an academy coach and then reserve-team coach and even stepped in as caretaker manager for one game in 2006 - overseeing a 2-0 win away at Crystal...

 By Nick Miller

Tony Pulis and the curse of the 40-point relegation safety benchmark

The FC panel look at the bottom four teams in England, and debate if Swansea or Hull will be the final team to drop down.

On Feb. 25 this year, West Brom beat Bournemouth 2-1 at home. That victory took them to 40 points, cemented them in eighth place and put them on course for an end-of-season total of 58, comfortably their highest Premier League tally. Yet since then, they have won just one of the following seven games, collecting four points from a possible 21.

For a Tony Pulis side, this is a familiar occurrence. In each of his seven previous seasons as a Premier League manager (six complete, one almost so, with...

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West Bromwich Albion's Darren Fletcher to put contract talks on hold

Darren Fletcher (left) has said he is relaxed about his contract situation.

West Bromwich Albion captain Darren Fletcher has told the Express and Star that he is ready to put contract talks on hold until the summer.

The midfielder has triggered a one-year extension but has yet to sign it, and his current deal expires at the end of the season.

Former Manchester United man Fletcher activated the option, based on appearances, after playing against Southampton on New Year's Eve.

But he is prepared to wait until the season ends before having further talks about his future.

"It...

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Troy Deeney happy at Watford amid reported West Brom interest

Troy Deeney is one of only five players in Watford history to score 100 or more goals for the club.

Troy Deeney has told talkSPORT that speculation about a move to West Brom is just "paper talk" and said he is happy to continue his stay with Watford.

Deeney, 28, turned down the opportunity to join Premier League champions Leicester last summer in order to sign a new five-year contract with Watford.

The striker scored his 100th goal for the club this season, but has not held down a regular place in Walter Mazzarri's team. However, he is not interested in a transfer unless Watford decide to sell...

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West Brom's priority survival, not finishing in top six - Tony Pulis

Tony Pulis laments West Brom's inability to finish against Liverpool, stressing the need to capitalise against big clubs.

West Brom manager Tony Pulis admits Albion must still prioritise survival ahead of cracking the Premier League top six.

The Baggies lost 1-0 to Liverpool on Sunday and have failed to score in their last four games.

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They are yet to break the 50-point barrier in the Premier League and have won just one of their last seven games since making it to 40 points in February.

Albion remain eighth in the table, with 44 points, but Pulis insisted he has to manage expectations at The Hawthorns after Roberto...