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Live Reporting

Tom Garry and Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

  1. Up next in the EFL...

    Wycombe Wanderers celebrate

    We'll find out the two finalists for the League One play-offs on Monday.

    Wycombe take a handsome lead into the second leg of their tie against Fleetwood, while Portsmouth and Oxford are evenly poised after their first leg ended all square.

    Follow our live text coverage on the BBC Sport website and app from 16:45 BST on Monday.

    For now, it's goodbye from us.

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    FT: West Brom 4-2 Hull

    As for the Tigers, they stay one point outside the relegation zone, after 22nd-placed Middlesbrough lost at home to QPR earlier this afternoon.


    West Brom 4-2 Hull

    Kamil Grosicki

    It was a six-goal thriller, but in the end, West Brom have a valuable three points.

    They move five points clear of third-placed Brentford.

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    West Brom 4-2 Hull

    Ahmed Hegazi will now miss Wednesday's game at home to Derby. That's a blow for the Albion.

  5. RED CARD (West Brom)

    West Brom 4-2 Hull

    Ahmed Hegazi is off. He gets his second yellow card for a poor foul on Mallik Wilks, who then has a great chance to head in from the resulting free-kick, but just misses the ball.

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    West Brom 4-2 Hull

    There'll be six minutes of stoppage time at the end of this game.

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    West Brom 4-2 Hull

    Hull had a stream of chances after half-time but they've not been able to mount a comeback since the Baggies made it 4-2. The win looks safe now, for West Brom.

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    West Brom 4-2 Hull

    Grady Diangana

    Grady Diangana is showboating now. The lad has got some serious skill. Nutmegs, clever flicks... He's toying with the Hull defence.

    His goal a few moments ago looks to have confirmed the result in Albion's favour.

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    West Brom 4-2 Hull

    If it stays like this, Slaven Bilic's men would be one point off Leeds at the top of the table.

    The Baggies would need 11 points from their remaining five games to guarantee promotion back to the Premier League.

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    West Brom 4-2 Hull

    West Brom v Hull

    We've got 10 minutes to go. Can Hull give this enthralling contest another twist?

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    West Brom 4-2 Hull

    Hull will be absolutely gutted. They went close to equalising when it was 3-2 so many times, I lost count.

  12. GOAL: West Brom 4-2 Hull

    Grady Diangana

    Terrific goal. West Brom keep possession in the Hull half for a lengthy spell and the pressure keeps building and building. Eventually Grady Diangana uses his quick feet to wriggle away from two men in the penalty area and create enough room for him to clinically roll the ball into the bottom corner.

    The Baggies have a two-goal cushion now and look set to move five points clear of third-placed Brentford.

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    West Brom 3-2 Hull

    The highlights reel for this second half will probably need 10 to 15 minutes alone, if not more.

    The hosts' Chris Brunt has a shot blocked this time, from very close range, and the ball seems to be bouncing around all over the place, but Hull eventually clear.


    West Brom 3-2 Hull

    Kevin Stewart, who got the Tigers' first equaliser, back what feels like a long, long time ago in the first half, is coming off. Dan Batty comes on in his place.

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    West Brom 3-2 Hull

    Here's the second-half drinks break. You sense both sets of players need it. This second half has been end-to-end.

  16. CLOSE!

    West Brom 3-2 Hull

    It honestly could be 5-5.

    Hull know they should be level, as Jordy de Wijs nods over the bar from a free-kick.

    More encouragement for the Tigers.

    George Honeyman

    West Brom 3-2 Hull

    Josh Magennis comes off, with Tom Eaves replacing him up top.


    West Brom 3-2 Hull

    Hull make a terrific break but Sam Johnstone pulls off a fine save to keep out Jon Toral.

    This game just keeps on giving.

  19. SUBSTITUTIONS (West Brom)

    West Brom 3-2 Hull

    The Baggies withdraw Romaine Sawyers and their opening goalscorer Charlie Austin, who turned 31 today.

    England international midfielder Jake Livermore and Wales international striker Hal Robson-Kanu replace them.

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    West Brom 3-2 Hull

    Here's the moment that (for now) has West Bromwich Albion ahead...

    Kamil Grosicki