Last Updated: 30/01/13 9:39pm
And that's full time. Many thanks for following and give me a follow on Twitter @danielstorey85. Congratulations Everton, and well done Leighton Baines, some player.
That's an awful miss from Osman. Pienaar hits the post but the ball rebounds out to Osman, who somehow hits the ball over
Huge appeals for an Everton penalty, and in fairness Anichebe was dragged to the ground by Yacob. Big call
Why oh why did Everton sit back at 2-0 up. They were the better team but allowed West Brom onto them.
That's a horror show for Heitinga. Lukaku rounds Howard and shoots on goal. Heitinga is there to clear, but fails to clear and inexplicably allows Long to head home.
West Brom have to get players in support of Lukaku if they are to have a chance here. He is being left so isolated, even with the ball at feet
Marouane Fellaini tracks Thomas, one of West Brom's brighter players this evening, and wins the goal kick
West Brom did not show anything during the first half, but Lukaku immediately has a shot on goal. It goes a way over, however
And that's half time. Two Baines goals see Everton with a comfortable lead. What can West Brom do to respond? Join me for more in fifteen minutes.
Nothing more than Everton deserve. Easy penalty into the bottom right hand corner. A huge task for West Brom now.
Since the goal, West Brom have resorted to lumping ball forward to Lukaku, which isn't helping him with little support
After that stoppage, the game has gone a touch flat as we meander to half time, but David Moyes will be a happy man.
Possibly unfortunately becomes definitely, as a stretcher is brought on. It looked innocuous, but may have twisted his knee. Yacob will replace, but thoughts with Thorne as he looks in huge pain. Goodison stands to applaud, which is nice.
The link-up between Baines and Pienaar down the left is giving Everton so much joy since the switch of wings by Mirallas. He has barely touched the ball since he moved to the right, but Everton look dangerous every time the ball goes down the left
The running and hassling by Anichebe makes him a manager's dream. Not for the first time he forces a West Brom defender into a hurried clearance, and they win the ball back.
Lukaku flagged offside. That's five of those so far against West Brom already, hampering any potential
The corner causes panic, but after the ball is returned into the box, Foster finally claims well and aims to release Thomas
Everton now dominant, and a Baines cross causes panic in the Baggies box. West Brom must hold out here.
Perhaps I'm being harsh on Foster. It does travel with great power, I just think that having got a touch, he'll be disappointed
It's a great strike from Baines, at huge power, but for me Ben Foster is at fault there. He gets a touch and it goes through him
Mirallas has switched to the right, with Pienaar coming to the left, leaving Anichebe up front alone but with Fellaini now able to assist
Goodison is more upbeat now, as Osman begins to enjoy spells on the ball. Ben Foster is noticeably taking an age over his goal kicks
Fellaini hits the post! A long ball is played up to Distin who knocks it down for the Belgian. His shot clips the angle of post and bar.
Anichebe almost scores a complete fluke! the attacker turns his man but overruns the ball. Sliding in, his block loops over Foster and just over the bar
A poor kick out from Ben Foster almost causes West Brom problems, but the midfield does well to close down Osman
Have to say, there is a rather sleepy feel to the match thus far. There are groans from the crowd already, which does seem a touch harsh
West Brom need Dorrans and Thorne to get their foot on the ball. They are not under huge pressure, but Everton have been able to dominate the ball
Pienaar is finding a lot of space in between defence and midfield, allowing him to pick a pass at will
Dorrans strikes from the edge of the box for West Brom, but fine block from Distin. First danger for Everton. Lukaku then gets a weak header in on goal
Everton win the first corner off Olsson. Great cross from Mirallas causes panic at the panic. Claims for handball, but it is cleared.
Mirallas dispossessed when attacking the centre backs. The crowd are quiet here, seemingly waiting for the players to entertain
Our last input before kick off, from Ashley Manhire: "gotta be looking for 3 points here tonight! Lets hope Big Vic takes his chance and gets a goal or two!"
Michael Oliver is our referee, by the way. He's young but has a sterling reputation. Sure he will keep it that way tonight.
Five minutes away from kick off. The ground isn;t full yet but it is getting there. Thankfully, it isn't as cold as it has been on Merseyside.
Hamza is on the Twitter machine to have his say: "Everton to win after a dry spell, slightly disappointing that jelavic is on the bench but it may be good for him. 2-1 BLUES"
A response to Alex Duval from Ray Allden: "Hi, would be happy with a draw but have a sneaky feeling it will be 2-1 to the mighty baggies".
West Brom tonight will do without Peter Odemwingie. The striker is officially given time off after the birth of his son, but you may well know that he has used Twitter to express his wishes regarding a move to Harry's QPR.
Also have some betting news for you, courtesy of SkyBet: Everton are proving extremely popular with the punters tonight despite being odds-on favourites at 8-15 while West Brom are 5/1 with the draw 3/1. Kevin Miralles gets the start upfront and is 13/2 to open the scoring.
Hurrah, I'm not alone. Alex Duval has been in touch, and has this to say: "Everton need a big win here tonight, so I'm going for 2-0 with Mirallas scoring the first, WBA just don't have enough"
I have to say that I'm pleased for Victor Anichebe getting a run in the first team. He has impressed with both his hold-up play and crucial goals. Jelavic has performed for Everton, but his goal record recently has been dry at best.
Everton fans will be looking for a boost after the news that their deal for Leroy Fer has been cancelled. Still, you'd rather know about a knee problem before than after signing a player. Does that mean they have £8million burning a hole in their pocket?
West Brom, meanwhile, have struggled of late. They were third in November but now find themselves in eighth place. Steve Clarke will want his side to stop the rot
So, Everton looking to continue a run that has seen them sit in fifth place, three points off the top four, and one defeat in ten
West Brom: Foster, Jones, McAuley, Olsson, Popov, Thorne, Brunt, Dorrans, Morrison, Thomas, Lukaku Subs: Myhill, Tamas, Yacob, Long, Rosenberg, Ridgewell, Fortune
Everton: Howard, Baines, Heitinga, Jagielka, Mirallas, Distin, Neville, Osman, Pienaar, Fellaini, Anichebe Subs: Mucha, Gibson, Jelavic, Oviedo, Naismith, Hitzlsperger, Gueye
The teams are in, and Everton's main news is that Nikica Jelavic has been dropped after his poor spell
My name is Daniel Storey, and the first thing I urge you to do is get in touch with me via Twitter (@danielstorey85) with your thoughts and predictions ahead of the game