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West Brom v Wolves: match preview

West Brom begin the weekend nine points adrift of safety after conceding an agonising late equaliser at Villa Park – and their survival prospects may be even bleaker by Monday. “We’d have liked to have given ourselves a better chance,” Allardyce admitted this week. This is an opportunity to keep hope alive against opponents they beat 3-2 at Molineux in January, and who slumped to a dismal 4-0 home defeat against Burnley last week. Nuno Espírito Santo has revealed his side have “many injury problems” going into the derby game but declined to go into details – “that would be an advantage to our opponent.” The Wolves manager will demand a reaction from his players to Sunday’s performance, which he succinctly described as “terrible”. Niall McVeigh

Monday 6pm Sky Sports Premier League

Venue The Hawthorns

Last season n/a

Referee Paul Tierney

This season G20 Y80 R3 4.15 cards/game

Odds H 2-1 A 28-17 D 13-5

WEST BROM

Subs from Lonergan, Button, Grosicki, Harper, Edwards, Kipré, Livermore, Grant, Peltier, Gibbs, Diangana, O’Shea, Phillips

Doubtful Snodgrass (other)

Injured Ivanovic (thigh, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y44 R4

Form DLWWLD

Leading scorer Pereira 9

WOLVES

Subs from Ruddy, Aït-Nouri, Hoever, Otawosie, Corbeanu, Kilman, Gibbs-White, Silva, Richards

Doubtful None

Injured Jiménez (head, unknown), Neto (knee, unknown), Jonny (knee, unknown), Marçal (groin, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y46 R1

Form DLLWWL

Leading scorers Neto, Neves 5

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