It's all over and West Brom move up to sixth after a third win in four league games following a win over a Watford side who went down to 10 men late on.
- Rondon starts as West Brom are unchanged
- Oghalo on bench as Watford make four changes
Game over. Matt Phillips has been threatening a goal all game and eventually scores. He plays a neat one-two with Darren Fletcher before going on to send a lovely left-footed shot low into the bottom corner.Copyright: Reuters
West Brom are being forced into some last-ditch defending here as keeper Ben Foster again comes to their rescue.
Shortly after the two sets of players clash after James McClean kicks the ball into Roberto Pereyra and runs into the floored midfielder. Pereyra reacts angrily, causing a melee, and - after the dust has settled - gets his marching orders. McClean gets a yellow for his part.
Watford down to 10 men.Copyright: Reuters
Chris Brunt is deservedly applauded off as he makes way for James McClean.Copyright: Reuters
Roberto Pereyra is played through on goal and Watford fans sense an equaliser but Baggies keeper Ben Foster makes a great save at the midfielder's feet to deny the visitors.Copyright: Getty Images
West Brom bring on record signing Nacer Chadli for James Morrison and Watford introduce striker Odion Ighalo for right-back Juan Zuniga. Good attacking intent from both sides.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis is urging his side forward in search of a third goal and Matt Phillips almost obliges as he curls a shot just wide.Copyright: Reuters
Plenty of possession for Watford so far in the second half - and they have a goal to show for it.
One more needed for the Hornets, though.Copyright: Opta
West Brom keeper Ben Foster is at his acrobatic best to tip a header from team-mate Gareth McAuley over the bar. From the resulting corner, Troy Deeney plays the ball back across the box and Christian Kabasele is on hand to sidefoot in. Game on.Copyright: Reuters
Former West Brom striker on Final Score
The most important thing for West Brom is they are consistently scoring goals now. You know you'll get a resolute performance but now you're getting goals. I think there's more goals there for them today.Copyright: Reuters
West Brom striker Salomon Rondon, who looks like he is having his arm held by Christian Kabasele, fails to get the right contact with a cross as he fails to get his shot on target just before an Etienne Capoue tackle denies Chris Brunt at the far post at the end of another Baggies attack.Copyright: Reuters
Troy Deeney has his 100th Watford goal in his sights as a Nordin Amrabat cross comes over to the far post but Baggies defender Gareth McAuley has other ideas as he blocks the striker's close-range volley.Copyright: Getty Images
James Morrison almost adds to West Brom's lead. Chris Brunt - yes him again - whips in a cross which Morrison sweeps just over.
Watford were out for the second half a few minutes before West Brom so does that mean they are eager to turn this game around? Let's find out...Copyright: Reuters
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Stefano Okaka is having a bit of a rough time of it up top for Watford. His touches have come in very harmless positions, and just one of his four attempted passes in the first half has been successful.
West Brom have stayed strong at the back and taken advantage of their set-pieces to lead at the break against Watford. Classic Tony Pulis.Copyright: Getty Images
Nordin Amrabat has switched from the left to the right flank and he sends in a low cross which is just behind Watford striker Stefano Okaka. Nothing is going right for the Hornets so far.
As the table stands, West brom are sixth. Did you hear that Baggies fans - sixth.
Arsenal Ladies & England right-back on Final Score
How important are set plays? It was a well-worked free-kick with great movement, though the wicked deflection was harsh on Watford. The Hornets now have it all to do.Copyright: Reuters
James Morrison rolls a free-kick from a central position into the path of Chris Brunt and he powers a low 25-yard shot at goal which goes in via a wicked deflection off Watford defender Juan Zuniga.Copyright: Rex Features