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Sam Field replaces James McClean for a late cameo for West Brom.
Salomon Rondon has had enough chances to win this game.
The West Brom striker gets another sight of goal from inside the box, but his effort is all power and no placement, thundering into the midriff of team-mate Tyler Roberts just in front of him.
Liverpool make their third and final change as Sergi Canos - who has spent most of this season on loan at Brentford - replaces Sheyi Ojo.
Tyler Roberts - fresh meat off the bench - is eager to impress. After a heavy touch in midfield, he lunges in to try and regain the ball and only succeeds in sending Jordan Henderson skidding to the floor.
His name is taken by the referee.
Jordan Henderson asks the question of referee Bobby Madley.
The Liverpool substitute felt he was being held as he tried to get on the end of a deep cross.
It was a very ambitious claim though and Madley waves him away.
That is the end of a very impressive display by 17-year-old Jonathan Leko.
The West Brom winger is replaced by another teenager - Tyler Roberts.
This game has finally got into gear after an hour idling.
Christian Benteke does his target man thing, holding the ball up in the box.
He has support, but his lay-off is cut out by a West Brom foot just before Brad Smith can let fly.
Salomon Rondon! Nope!
Time seems to stand still as the ball drops to the feet of West Brom's striker eight yards out. He catches his low shot cleanly, but the ball skims just wide.
Liverpool have thrown on both their comeback kids. Danny Ings - out since October - replaces Jordon Ibe to make his first appearance for Jurgen Klopp, while captain Jordan Henderson is on place of Joe Allen to try and press his Euro 2016 case.
West Brom are starting to press Liverpool back.
Darren Fletcher's deep free-kick picks out James McClean at the far post, but his knock-down can't find a fellow Baggie.
The Hawthorns holds its breath, but it is groans rather than cheers when the home fans finally exhale.
The sparky Jonathan Leko leaves two defenders in knots before poking the ball to Craig Dawson out on the left.
His first-time cross is only a whisker away from the forehead of Salomon Rondon.
Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo wallops a shot well over the top from the left hand edge of the penalty area when Christian Benteke was on the move in the hope of a cross.
West Brom have been forced into a little rejig at the back by Jonas Olsson's departure.
Tony Pulis' policy of packing the back four with centre-back means there are plenty of candidates to fill the gap though.
Jonnny Evans steps into the middle with James Chester going to the left side of defence.
Salomon Rondon with a gloriously deft glance at the near post beat Adam Bogdan all ends up.
The ball thumps of the inside of the far post, bounces back through the six-yard box to Rondon, but the Venezuelan can't sort his feet in time and clumps his shot over the top.
James Chester is on for West Brom in place of Jonas Olsson.
And we are back up and running with the second half.
Stacy Phillips: What a run from Jordon Ibe!! Reward of his first Premier League goal for his hard work this season.
David Simpson: Can't believe that's Ibe's first premier league goal. What a first goal to get. Beats half the team.
Stick on a video, lessons outside, ice lollies all round.
This is very much end-of-term stuff. But there have been two cracking goals - the first created by Jonathan Leko, the second scored by Jordon Ibe - through some less-than-robust tackling.
James McClean is a little too tigerish as he chases Jon Flanagan back towards the corner flag.
He picks up the game's second yellow card. A decision he disagrees with entirely.
Liverpool with a free-kick, 20 yards out and pretty much dead central.
Christian Benteke is lining it up...and his shot is into the base of the wall.
And a 6.0 from the Russian judge as well!
Brad Smith launches into a proposterous swallow dive as he goes around Jonas Olsson midway through the West Brom half and picks himself up to find Robert Madley brandishing a fully-deserved yellow.
Jonathan Leko loses the ball on the edge of the Liverpool box and the visitors spring forward.
Christian Benteke feeds the ball forward towards Sheyi Ojo. The youngster scampers towards the box, but his way is barred by a tackle from Claudio Yacob that took ball, man and everything else.
Joe Allen winds up his right boot from fully 35 yards, but he does not get hold of his shot at all.
It trundles well wide and the Welshman runs his hand ruefully through his Pirlo-like locks.
We need a full-pitch view for Liverpool's leveller.
Jordan Ibe took route one to goal after spinning his man on halfway.
The defending today has basically been an assist for both goals.
Two great goals so far in this one.
First, West Brom's opener.
Jonathan Leko (no.45) drew the attention of the Liverpool defence with a darting run before springing Salomon Rondon with a nice reverse pass.
James Cardona: It is astonishing how the man who thought Bogdan was good enough for LFC, also bought Coutinho, Can and Sturridge
He just kept running and running.
And the West Brom defence kept backing further and further off.
Jordon Ibe scampered clear of his man on halfway, swayed past Jonas Olsson when a West Brom defender finally stood up to him on the edge of the area and buried a low shot into the bottom corner past Ben Foster.
It is his first Premier League goal.
Christian Benteke goes close.
The big Belgian controls the ball with his back to the West Brom goal, 15 yards out. He shuffles and swivels, but his rising effort is wide of the near post.
Ben Foster waved it on its way. He had it covered anyway.
All about Jonathan Leko.
The 17-year-old winger seizes on a loose ball, motors between Joe Allen and Cameron Brannagan and slips the ball to the unmarked Salomon Rondon.
Rondon holds off Brad Smith as the Australian attempts in vain to get back and goal side and fires a low hard shot past a suspect Adam Bogdan at the near post.
Liverpool hogging possession, but showing no penetration.
Jordon Ibe steps past a defender, but is blocked by a huddle of West Brom players.
Sheyi Ojo is looking lively on the other wing for Liverpool. The visitors are playing with plenty of width.
Jonas Olsson over-cooks a pass to Craig Gardner, clean over his head and into the hoardings.
The game has not really settled yet.
All the action down the West Brom right so far.
Liverpool get forward well as Lucas Leiva rolls the ball into empty space behind Craig Dawson and into the path of Brad Smith.
The full-back crosses first time. It is a good ball, low and skimming, but a Baggies boot gets to it before Christian Benteke.
A nice first touch from West Brom 17-year-old who nicks the ball through the legs of Liverpool defender Brad Smith and wins a free-kick.
Smith has his revenge as the two duel again soon after, forcing Leko down a cul-de-sac.
That could be a good little personal battle.
We are up and running.
West Brom captain Darren Fletcher and striker - and former Red - Rickie Lambert lay floral tributes in front of the away end.
And get a rousing reception in return.
We are ready for kick-off.
West Ham and Liverpool could face a play-off to determine who qualifies for the Europa League.
The Hammers lie sixth in the Premier League before the final round of matches, while Liverpool are eighth.
The Reds also play Sevilla in the Europa League final knowing that a win there would secure a Champions League place.
If they have to qualify for Europe through the league, there is a scenario that has both them and West Ham level on points, goal difference and goals scored.
The teams emerge into the sun.
Danny Ings, injured in October, has taken his place on the bench for Liverpool.
West Brom's Hillsborough tribute has been announced over the public address system at the Hawthorns before supporters on all sides stand and applaud while the "He Ain't Heavy" charity cover in aid of the families plays.
There is a banner reading 'Liverpool 1-0 Establishment' held aloft by one of the home fans.
Another commemorating today's show of unity is passed from the West Brom section to the Liverpool one.
West Brom have arranged a pre-match tribute before this afternoon's game following the recent verdicts which found the 96 victims of the Hillsborough tragedy were unlawfully killed.
The club have replaced 96 blue seats in the visiting fans section with the red of Liverpool, each to remain unoccupied and each to carry a name of one of the victims.
And if you haven't seen it already, I can't recommend the recent BBC documentary enough...