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West Bromwich Albion v Liverpool, Barclays Premier League,
The Hawthorns, April 2nd 2011, 15:00pm

  West Bromwich Albion - Team News:
Roy Hodgson comes up against the man that replaced him as Liverpool Boss Kenny Dalglish today. Much has been made of this battle however the main thing is the outcome of this match and if we're to battle into fifth place then this is a match we can ill afford to lose.
  Player to Watch: Peter Odemwingie
Peter Odemwingie has shown flashes of brilliance and some moments of disaster. If he has a good day we could be caused problems.
  Liverpoo FC - Team News:
Stevie is back in training and should make the squad however it's not certain it'll be in the starting XI yet. Suarez and Johnson are fit after the international break and Shelvey is back in the squad but we're missing Aurelio and Kelly still.
  Player to Watch:Luis Suarez
Luis Suarez is rapidly becoming an important component of the Liverpool side and has settled in remarkable well since his arrival from Ajax. If his form continues as it's been this helps our quest for three point.
  Match Facts & Stats:
In a 134 previous meetings Liverpool hold a lead of 64 wins to West Brom's 32, the remaining 38 matches have ended in draws.
  Referee Watch:
Martin Atkinson
  Match Prediction:
West Brom are fighting for their Premier League lives, we're battling for a place in European football next season. Quite how much good Europa League will do us again is questionable however a season without any involvement in Europe at all isn't something we can do without really. My prediction would be West Brom 1 Liverpool 3.
  Next Fixtures:
Manchester City, 11th April 20:00pm, Anfield

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