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Peter Crouch interview: 'I would be proud to join the 100-club'

Peter Crouch is close to a century of Premier League goals, a landmark that he is eager to achieve with his latest club Stoke City. He tells Sam Wallace how it all began, how – despite being 6ft 7in – he has had to work on his heading and about his one regret in the game

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West Brom are looking to bounce back after two defeats to Aston Villa

West Brom manager Tony Pulis

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Arsenal defender has been compared to the Stoke City striker

Victor Moses puts Stoke in front with a superb header
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Stoke vs Everton team news: Three changes made by Roberto Martinez

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