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West Bromwich have enjoyed what you could call a dream season. The pundits (and us) had the Baggies fighting for survival in betting on the Premier League, but as it turns out, Tony Pulis has played another blinder. The problem is, however, that they’re very much out form as the season’s drawing to a close. They haven’t managed to score in nearly 500 minutes, and it’s not going to be easy today either.

Burnley have better home sides throughout the season. Turf Moor has treated them well, and Burnley has still something to play for. They’re still theoretically in the drop zone, but with a home win they’re safe for next season.

Burnley’s Ben Mee is set to miss the game, but James Tarkowski showed plenty in his appearance at Mee’s place. Burnley blanked Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, and came away with a deserved victory. Matt Phillips and Hal Robson-Kanu miss the tie for West Brom, thrusting Salomon Rondon back into the lineup. Rondon hasn’t scored in ages, and Pulis isn’t happy whe he has to play his out-of-form Venezuelan striker.



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