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That is that! Norwich hold on for a first win in 11 matches.
Are you watching, Newcastle and Sunderland? They play each other tomorrow.
Free-kick on the halfway for West Brom. This could be their last chance.. boomed up to the edge of the box, but Norwich clear...
Ivo Pinto holds it up in the corner...
Here it is now. Matt Jarvis slow-jogs off, Ivo Pinto is on rather more rapidly. Just one more minute to go...
Cleared by the away side! They still haven't made that change...
Pritchard looks to steal in Salomon Rondon but Bassong makes a fantastic block.. Corner ball...
Chance for Jonny Howson to seal it linking on to Steven Naismith's dink... but he can't connect - straight at Ben Foster off his midriff.
That really would have settled the nerves...
Wow. Six minutes of added time - no surprise after Robbie Brady's injury really. Norwich want to make a change to eat some up, but will have to wait...
Last throw of the dice for Pulis and co? Rickie Lambert is on for Sessegnon. But Norwich are keeping them too busy down the other end just now...
Tony Pulis's side are huffing and puffing, but they're still without a shot on target...
Odjidja's first bit of play? Getting himself the first yellow card of the game for time-wasting.
I'm not seeing much evidence of a West Brom recovery here...
Brady does go now. On comes Belgian international Vadis Odjidja to replace him.
Oh, hang on. Maybe Robbie Brady isn't alright after all. He's sat himself down on the pitch and the physio's on examining him again. Brady's pointing to his eyes. Problem with his vision after that heavy fall? He really should go off.
Spurs loanee Alex Pritchard is on for Craig Gardner - he's a tricky attacking midfielder. Can he give West Brom a bit more than Gardner in attack?
Steven Naismith replaces Patrick Bamford up top for Norwich.
Well, that little spell with Brady down took the pace out of the game a bit. He seems fine now, by the way.
Howson should be going in the book after blocking Claudio Yacob take a quick free-kick in midfield, but the ref takes a lenient view.
Looks like the stretcher's coming on for Brady. The physio is taking a great deal of care about examining his neck. He's OK to sit up, and actually gets to his feet now, they're happy nothing is broken.
But it did look like a very nasty fall - he was airborne when Dawson came in and took his legs out from underneath him. Drama over. No stretcher needed. We're back under way.
Lovely from Norwich. Howson, Brady and Bamford link up with some one-touch stuff.
Brady's then absolutely cleaned out by Craig Dawson but the ref blows up for a West Brom free-kick. As you can imagine, Alex Neil is asking the question, rather vociferously.
What a ball that is! Craig Gardner delivers a tricky free-kick across the face of goal but no West Brom man connects - could Saido Berahino have launched himself there? John Ruddy would have been beaten by a touch. The merest of.
Tony Pulis reacts. Jonas Olsson off and James McClean on.
West Brom going three at the back and pushing on? Could be an injury actually and McClean might have to cover at left-back - Olsson's gone straight down the tunnel.
They're looking pretty comfortable here, the Canaries. Jonny Howson tidies up in midfield and Robbie Brady drives on, whipping in a delicious cross cleared by Gareth McAuley.
And Norwich are straight back into it, recycling to John Ruddy and building again. They look a team transformed and Patrick Bamford has a spring in his step.
The omens aren't great I'm afraid Norwich fans (you haven't kept a clean sheet away from home all season).
But this is looking promising as Jonny Evans has to stoop down very low in front of his own goal to clear a Martin Olsson cross from the left. He's had a very decent game the ex-Manchester United centre-back.
What kind of a response will we see from West Brom now then? Norwich have raised it. Can the home side do the same?
Big, big goal! The first shot on target goes in - despite Matt Jarvis' best efforts. He takes a swipe and a big miss at Mbokani's knock-down, but here is Robbie Brady following up to slam it home. That changes things at the bottom... Are you watching Newcastle and Sunderland?
Surely Norwich have to go for this? The win's there for the taking with a little bit of the decent stuff.
Patrick Bamford? Dieumerci Mbokani? Steven Naismith from the bench? They've all got it in them...
We are back together.
Josh, what I'd do for a bit of the dishwater stuff we've seen from Man Utd this season...
The players are back out now as Encore Une Fois by Sash! blares around the ground. Surely this second half can't be as dull as the first?
Josh Hammond: No shots on target in the west brom/norwich game? are we sure they haven't got Man United players on both teams?
Very poor. No shots on target.
Gary O'Neil is down holding his face now, but it's pretty much a repeat of Dieumerci Mbokani's spell on the turf earlier. There was nothing at all in his collision with Craig Gardner, and he's up and back on the pitch after sheepishly slinking off.
One minute of time added on. There is some justice...
Gary O'Neil is clearly in the mood for a bit of excitement though - he gives the ball away straight to Sessegnon, but the West Brom man is all legs and no composure as he flashes his effort well wide.
I say 'close', but really it was comfortably off target. Was it John Ruddy's terrible socks that put him off?
Much of the trouble about this of course is that the teams are so evenly matched neither can really open up the other.
It is tight, but there's a huge gap between them in the table - West Brom are 14 points ahead, up in 11th. The fine margins, eh?
Five until the break. Will we at least have one save, a decent shot? Another backwards header from Jonny Evans?
Gary O'Neil is momentarily possessed by the spirit of Zinedine Zidane as he shows a brilliant touch and control to flick past a defender and win a corner.
Robbie Brady takes it short, and then booms the return aft-side. Horrendous.
I think it'd be fair to call this one a snoozefest. There's a certain lull that's swept over the fans here too.
Pinball in the West Brom box after a deep free-kick and there's Jonny Evans with a very graceful little diving header back to Ben Foster.
Yep. A Jonny Evans nod to his own keeper really is the highlight of the past 10 minutes.
This is better from Norwich. Bamford takes it under nicely to feed Mbokani, who knocks it on to Robbie Brady...
But the Republic of Ireland international shoots way over from outside the box. Probably the right decision to shoot but again, the quality is not quite there. Story of the match so far...
Here's a chance. Gary O'Neil intercepts just inside his own half and Norwich play it up to Dieumerci Mbokani, who for the first time I can remember finds strike partner Patrick Bamford.
Shot blocked on the edge of the box. We're yet to see one on target.
The brightest thing in this match is the shade of John Ruddy's horrendous pink socks. So far. I'm not a superstitious man but I really hope saying that makes something happen.
The Baggies should just get it up to their man in form - Salomon Rondon has five goals since the turn of the year. He and Saido Berahino have looked lively up top looking to run in behind.
Dieumerci Mbokani momentarily crumples in a heap on the halfway line. Gareth McAuley was kind of near him? Nothing in it. Mbokani is sheepish in getting up, hobbling off and coming back on.
The home side win a corner, parried out awkwardly by John Ruddy and it falls to Claudio Yacob who strikes it on the edge!.. Fizzing but probably always high and wide.
Still, it's the closest we've come...