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Norwich City manager Neil Adams looks on at Craven Cottage
Emmanuel Adebayor of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates scoring his second goal against Sunderland by saluting manager Tim Sherwood this week

Premier League: West Brom v Tottenham match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's fixture at The Hawthorns

Stephane Sessegnon v Christian Eriksen: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between West Brom and Tottenham Hotspur

Check out all the vital statistics concerning the two sides' players ahead of this weekend's Premier League meeting at The Hawthorns

Norwich captain Russell Martin

Norwich 0 West Brom 1: Russell Martin promises protesting Norwich fans players are hurting too

Relegation watch: Norwich City captain Russell Martin has called for togetherness from players and supporters

John Ruddy v Ben Foster: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Norwich City and West Brom

Check out all the vital statistics concerning the two sides' players ahead of this weekend's Premier League meeting at Carrow Road

Norwich manager Chris Hughton looks on from the sidelines

Premier League: Norwich City v West Bromwich Albion

A look ahead to this weekend’s fixture at Carrow Road

James Morrison and Saido Berahino has met with each other to put to bed their post-match bust-up after the 3-3 draw with Cardiff

Saido Berahino and James Morrison in 'brotherly' meeting to settle West Brom changing room bust-up after Cardiff draw

The West Brom pair reportedly came to blows after the match but manager Pepe Mel has revealed that they have put their differences behind them

Alan Pardew takes his seat in the stands before Newcastle's 3-0 defeat at Southampton

10 things we learnt from the Premier League this weekend: Alan Pardew's dressing-room return not such a happy one; Liverpool's fate in their own hands; Jose Mourinho wasn't bluffing; Arsenal's draw against City will be pointless if they lose to Everton; AVB left with bitter taste over Tim Sherwood praise

1. Pardew’s dressing-room return not such a happy one

Finally, Newcastle could relax. After serving a three-game stadium ban during which they had been beaten by Fulham and Everton, Alan Pardew would be back in the dressing room to instruct his players before they faced Southampton. “It’s good to be back,” said Pardew, who will not be allowed on the touchline until his side face Arsenal next month. “You have that relationship with players, you have an attachment nobody else can have. Put on top my personality, which we all know is a bit of a winning mentality, and I want to make sure we win.” Newcastle lost 4-0. Four of their fans cycled to Southampton from Tyneside to raise money for cancer research. Some thought Pardew should have been made to join them for the return leg.

West Bromwich Albion 3 Cardiff City 3 match report: Mats Daehli the darling of Cardiff after late leveller

Substitute helps Welsh club’s relegation fight with vital a goal that adds to Albion’s woes

West Bromwich Albion v Cardiff City: Premier League match preview

A look ahead to Saturday’s Premier League fixture at the Hawthrons

Gareth McAuley v Steven Caulker: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between West Brom and Cardiff City

Check out all the vital statistics concerning the two sides' players ahead of this weekend's Premier League meeting at The Hawthorns

Shane Long scores for Hull against his former club West Brom

Hull 2 West Brom 0 match report: Shane Long leaves his mark as Mel falls short again

Long left West Brom in January but he won a first-half penalty before scoring the second himself to mastermind Hull's win and put more pressure on Pepe Mel

Pepe Mel makes a gesture from the touchline

Hull City v West Bromwich Albion: Premier League match preview

Looking ahead into this weekend’s fixture at the KC Stadium

Tom Huddlestone v Youssouf Mulumbu: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Hull City and West Brom

Check out all the vital statistics concerning the two sides' players ahead of this weekend's Premier League meeting at the KC Stadium

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