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Gayle scored his fourth goal in eight matches with fellow striker Marouane Chamakh rounding out the scoring

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Nicolas Anelka to return to West Brom training on Thursday following compassionate leave

French striker could be back in the squad to face Swansea on Sunday

Saido Berahino strikes a penalty

West Brom manager Steve Clarke impressed by Saido Berahino after 36 minute hat-trick in Capital One Cup

The Premier League side beat Newport County to progress

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The midfielder's international future looks bleak

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India play: Unilever ups its bet on Hindustan subsidiary

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West Ham 3 West Bromwich Albion 1 match report: Andy Carroll hopes his goals will be worth an England place

Andy Carroll hopes his impressive double against West Bromwich Albion will persuade Roy Hodgson that he deserves an England recall this summer. Carroll has endured a difficult time since he joined West Ham on loan from Liverpool last August, but the 24-year-old looked back to his best on Saturday.

Jack Butland: Will line up for England Under-21s against Austria at the Amex Stadium tonight

England Under-21s v Austria Under-21s: Jack Butland happy to wait for second senior cap

England’s youngest goalkeeper says it is still a privilege to be with the Under-21s

Michael Laudrup

Michael Laudrup wants to see 'consequences' for linesman following offside call

Roland Lamah's late effort was controversially ruled out

Gerrard has penalty saved in 2-0 defeat to WBA

Match Report: Steven Gerrard fails from the spot for Liverpool on frustrating night against West Brom

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West Brom midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu suspended for Norwich match

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Ben Foster only absentee for West Brom ahead of Arsenal trip

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Jonas Olsson a doubt for West Brom ahead of Swansea match

West Brom central defender Jonas Olsson is an injury doubt for tomorrow evening's Barclays Premier League encounter at Swansea.

Ben Foster: West Bromwich’s goalkeeper is ‘comfortable’ after surgery on a groin injury

Steve Clarke has the quality to keep on flying high at West Bromwich Albion

The West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Clarke prepares for the visit of his former club Chelsea to The Hawthorns on Saturday convinced that his squad is strong enough to continue riding high in the Premier League.

West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster

Boaz Myhill may replace Ben Foster for West Brom's clash with Wigan

West Brom goalkeeper Boaz Myhill is on stand-by to play his first senior game for the club in 21 months in the Barclays Premier League clash at Wigan tomorrow.

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