FT: West Brom 2 Norwich 1

Full Time. All over! West Brom come from behind to win with Romelu Lukaku scoring the winner.

Bradley Johnson heads just wide!

Four minutes added time.

Norwich struggling to change their defensive mindset and this one looks to be heading for an Albion win.

Jackson on for Tettey.

Lukaku off to be replaced by Tamas.

Chance at the other end as Martin heads just wide from Snodgrass' cross.

Goal! Romeul Lukaku heads powerfully home as Popov crosses from deep. From nothing! Superb header after pulling onto the full-back Garrido.

West Brom continuing to push without creating much at all.

Morison still a willing runner but he looks to be tiring.

Olsson with a hopeful long ball but it runs out of play and Bunn will take his time over this.

Bassong just blocks Lukaku's cross from the left with Long waiting to pounce.

Brunt can't beat the first man.

Bunn punches away a cross and then Brunt's volley loops off Snodgrass for a corner.

Howson on for Hoolahan.

Odemwingie blasts the ball into the wall.

Jones goes down in the box but the original foul was committed just outside the area. Still a good position for the home side.

Now it's West Brom dominating. They want those three points to end that winless streak. Odemwingie crosses from the left and wins a corner.

Tettey nearly finds Hoolahan with a through-ball but Popov sweeps across to clear up.

Little lull in the game as Bunn is treated.

Snodgrass crosses dangerously but McAuley clears and then Fortune can break. Albion work the ball out to Lukaku in a wide-left position but Bunn is fouled when the cross comes in.

But its Norwich pushing. That could play into West Brom's hands as they have pace on the break.

Long on for Gera. Albion going for the win.

Martin with an effort but it deflects back off him for a goal-kick.

Odemwingie with an ambitious daisy-cutter of a shot that Bunn gets down to save at his near post.

Tettey with a loose pass that allows Morrison to break but the midfielder cannot beat the first man with his cross from the right.

But again his corner misses everybody. Poor.

Pilkington wins a corner.

Brunt swings in the cross and McAuley is unmarked but heads the ball over. Olsson looked to have been fouled by Bassong but the ball never got that far and it's a goal-kick.

Turner is booked.

Lukaku fails to hold the ball up. Clarke needs more from his front players right now. That's better from Odemwingie as he runs at Turner and is fouled.

Martin on for Whittaker.

Then Snodgrass crosses for Turner to head goalwards but the defender's header goes wide.

Abion haven't really got going this half and Odemwingie is now hustled off the ball by Tettey who then puts Morison clean through. But the forward dallies and McAuley has time to come up with the block.

Lofted ball up to Morison but the forward cannot cushion the header and the ball goes behind for a goal-kick.

But his cross is too strong for everyone and runs out for a throw-in.

Pilkington wins a corner.

Channel ball to Lukaku but Turner is there first and the on-loan Chelsea man concedes the foul.

Snodgrass swings the ball in and Johnson's glancing header is easily collected by Foster.

Then Popov concedes a free-kick for a foul on Snodgrass.

Groans from the fans as Gera slices a pass out of play.

Hoolahan attempts an ambitious lay-off to put Pilkington through but the ball slides off his foot.

West Brom kick-off and the second half is underway.

Fortune on for Dorrans.

Half Time. A goal apiece at the break. Snodgrass with the opener for Norwich before Gera replied for Albion. Could go either way this one.

Appeal for a penalty at the other end for Norwich but then Albion are on the attack and Odemwingie flashes an effort across goal.

Goal! Zoltan Gera bundles the ball in from close range after Peter Odemwingie had got in a tangle with Mark Bunn from the corner. Goalkeeper really should have dealt with it.

PIlkington with the inswinger but Turner is ruled to have fouled Olsson.

Good work from Morison on the left wins a corner.

Superb tackle from Morrison on Hoolahan on the edge of the box after Albion fail to clear Snodgrass' deflected cross.

Inviting cross from Popov but Bassong climbs above Lukaku.

Sloppy from both sides as Popov and Snodgrass exchange possession.

Morison ruled to have fouled McAuley. They're in a battle today.

That has relieved the pressure on Norwich and Hughton's side are now happy to stroke the ball around the back for a period. Morison then almost finds Hoolahan but the pass is astray.

Delay as McAuley caught Tettey there.

Whittaker is adjudged to have conceded a corner. Wrong decision as the ball was on the line. But the cross is over everyone anyway and Norwich are able to clear.

Morrison lifts the home crowd as he wins a 50:50. Albion need more of that.

Lukaku chases a channel ball down the right and then crosses left-footed only for Bunn to pluck the ball out of the air.

Brunt's shot is blocked so Odemwingie lays the ball back to Popov who fires a fierce shot just over the bar.

Good response from West Brom with Norwich playing on the counter-attack now.

Lukaku puts Jones away down the right but Bassong cuts out the cross.

Brunt swings it in and there is confusion in the box as Norwich clear the ball off the line. So close to the equaliser.

Odemwingie coming very deep, like Hoolahan. And Brunt then tries to find Lukaku in the channel and Norwich are forced to concede a corner.

Now Brunt loses possession after a tidy pass from Dorrans. Crowd frustrated.

Odemwingie with a purposeful run as he beats two men but then Turner stops the ball, seemingly with his hand, before clearing.

Poor goalkeeping really and Foster knows it. Onus on Albion to come out and attack now. But will that allow Norwich to pick them off?

Goal! Robert Snodgrass curls a free-kick into the top corner. Ben Foster got hands to the ball but couldn't keep it out.

Hoolahan coming deeper to get the ball and then Odemwingie gives a free-kick away in a silly position. Opportunity for Snodgrass.

Chance! Better from West Brom as Brunt finds Odemwingie who threads a pass through to Lukaku but the forward, who is free in the right channel, hits his shot too close to Bunn.

Johnson with an ambitious left-footed effort over the bar. The visitors looking the more confident.

Pilkington swings in a tempting cross from the right but the ball is cut out.

Sterile possession from Norwich as Albion seem happy to counter even at home.

Hoolahan and Snodgrass try to create down the right but cannot find a way past Popov.

Scrappy game in the centre of the field with neither team able to assert their dominance.

Snodgrass whips in a dangerous free-kick from the right but Brunt clears.

Johnson pumps a hopeful ball into the box but Olsson can only clear as far as Snodgrass. The winger fires the bouncing ball goalwards but Foster saves comfortably.

First meaningful attack from the Canaries but Morison is adjudged to have fouled Foster.

And then as I say that, Popov swings in a cross and Lukaku heads just over the bar.

Hoolahan scrapping for the ball up front but it comes to nothing. Slow start to the game.

Positive start from West Brom as Popov goes on a strong run down the left before play breaks down.

Norwick kick-off and there is an early touch for the returning Foster.

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Dazza says: "It's going to be a tough afternoon for the Albion - got no ball-winner in the middle of the park. Fingers crossed 2-1 West Brom."

It's relatively mild in West Bromwich right now and we don't currently have the rain that seems to be pelting down around the country. Several players even warming up in short-sleeve shirts, including Harry Kane who returns from injury to take his place on the Norwich bench.

And the Canaries have conceded only two goals following crosses in the Premier League this season; a joint-low with West Brom.

Norwich have scored five goals following in-direct free kicks this season; more than any other team in the Premier League.

And the Baggies have kept eight clean sheets in their last 13 Premier League home matches.

West Brom have opened the scoring in more home games than any other Premier League side this season (seven games).

Tettey available for Norwich but no Yacob for Albion. Wouldn't be a surprise if that proved significant at full-time.

Morison deputises for Holt for the visitors.

Foster returns for the home despite Myhill's clean sheet last weekend.

Cian says: "Hello, I think this will be a tough game, I honestly can't decide, I think honestly Norwich might nick this. 1-0 Norwich with Morison scoring!!!!!"

West Brom: Foster; Jones, McAuley, Olsson, Popov; Morrison, Brunt; Odemwingie, Gera, Dorrans; Lukaku. Subs: Myhill, Ridgewell, Rosenberg, Long, Jara, Tamas, Fortune.

Norwich: Bunn; Whittaker, Bassong, Turner, Garrido; Pilkington, Johnson, Tettey, Snodgrass, Hoolahan; Morison. Subs: Steer, Martin, Howson, Jackson, Bennett, Barnett, Kane.

The teams are in and will be up shortly.

Our friends at Sky Bet have the odds for this one. The Baggies have gone over five hours without scoring a Premier League goal and they are 4/6 to bag the opener in this game. In-form Norwich are 11/4 to continue their recent form with a win, while the draw is 5/2 and a much-needed home victory is 19/20.

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The Baggies are on a run of four without a win, while the Canaries are 10 unbeaten in the Premier League.

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