That's your lot from the Hawthorns. You can follow all the reaction here.
- West Brom XI: Myhill; McAuley, Evans, Olsson; Dawson, Fletcher, Morrison, Brunt; Sessegnon, McClean; Rondon
- Tottenham XI: Lloris; Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose; Dier, Dembele; Lamela, Alli, Eriksen; Kane
And it's all over. Points shared.
Salomon Rondon has just shot from his own half. It's gone out for a throw in.
Ooft, a James McClean cross flashes across the penalty area. No takers. Can West Brom win it?
Former Spurs striker on Final Score
"For me, Tottenham don't have a chance of making the top four. They are a top-six side, nothing more."
Clinton N'Jie is picked out but the Spurs substitute is offside. Close.
Now then, James McClean is a lucky boy there. He was high and late on Mousa Dembele. In fact, watching it again, he's extremely fortunate. A nasty one.
Can they repeat it? 10 minutes to find a winner...
Dele Alli has faded out of the game after the break, so Clinton N'Jie has been invited to remove his anorak.
Why did he let it bounce?
Craig Gardner's cross looked to be dropping on the foot of Salomon Rondon between two defenders eight yards out but the Venezuelan hesitated and Spurs cleared.
Spurs' Harry Kane gets a booking now, for a late challenge on Gareth McAuley.
How did Hugo Lloris divert that over? The Frenchman flung up his arms to block Jonas Olsson's effort from little more than four yards.
Olsson then heads wide from the subsequent corner.
Craig Gardner goes in the book, it appears for not waiting until Jon Moss had broken out the shaving foam before taking a free-kick.
A James McClean header has just bounced before being scooped up by goalkeeper Hugh Lloris. It's been that kind of game.
That's Erik Lamela's game over. He's trotted off to be replaced by Heung-min Son.
Spurs have just exercised - if not tested - Boaz Myhill. Mousa Dembele's powderpuff shot is gathered easily by the West Brom goalkeeper.
Dreadful free-kicks such as the one just taken by West Brom's Chris Brunt don't help. Rather than shaping one into the box, the Northern Irishman has just lashed one out for a throw in.
With two of the league's more resolute defences on show, it's perhaps no surprise chances have been scarce. Apart from the two goals, we've only had that early Salomon Rondon lash over and Harry Kane's tame effort early in the second half.
BBC football commentator at the Hawthorns
Lively old game, this one, in a spiteful wind.
Danny Rose, what a challenge. The Tottenham full-back halts Craig Gardner as he attempts to break into the box.
Jonny Evans' shot rattles against Mousa Dembele and, although West Brom claim for a penalty, the ball was nowhere near the Belgian midfielder's hands.
Corner Spurs... but Erik Lamela's header from Christian Eriksen's delivery is tame.
Nearly, nearly. Dele Alli guides a lofted pass into Harry Kane. He rolls Gareth McAuley and stabs goalwards from a few yards, but Craig Dawson intervenes to lash the tame effort clear.
And we're back underway...
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I told you James McClean's goal was a lovely move and this graphic proves the point. Stephane Sessegnon, Craig Dawson, James Morrison and Darren Fletcher were all involved before the Irishman supplied the finish.
And that's it for the opening half. A draw probably fair, given how West Brom reacted to Tottenham taking the lead.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino must be wondering what has happened to his side. They looked so comfortable.
As expected, Stephane Sessegnon's afternoon is over. Craig Gardner is coming on.
Could be a change coming here for West Brom. Stephane Sessegnon is clutching his hamstring and has decided to have a wee seat on the pitch. Shame, he was coming on to a game.
Craig Gardner is warming up...
So Tony Pulis' side are level with their first real chance of the game. How will Spurs react?
Former Spurs striker on Final Score
"James McClean absolutely rivets this one - boom! He really attacks the ball. Good play by West Brom."
James McClean scores his first goal for the club and it was a beauty. Darren Fletcher and Stephane Sessegnon combined on the right and the Scot flighted a lovely cross to the back post, where the Irishman scudded a header past Hugo Lloris.
Tottenham's intensity has dipped a little, allowing West Brom to wrest the initiative. They are not doing a great deal with it, mind.
Alas, Salomon Rondon's free-kick rebounds apologetically off the Spurs wall.
This is more like it for the hosts, a corner. But Stephane Sessegnon's delivery is scudded clear by Spurs. The ball is returned, though, and Sessegnon is hacked down by Mousa Dembele. Free kick...
Chris Brunt with a crucial intervention, hacking a cross clear from inside West Brom's six-yard area.