Last Updated: 11/05/14 5:03pm
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FT: Lee Probert signals for full-time and Stoke are 2-1 winners at the Hawthorns. An early own goal from Gareth McAuley was cancelled out by Stephane Sessegnon's cool finish, before Charlie Adam stepped off the bench to net the winner from outside the box. The Baggies are safe regardless of today's result, while Stoke have secured their highest Premier League finish as they end an impressive season in ninth. 1-2.
Stoke also make a change as Arnautovic is replaced by Matthew Etherington in what is set to be his final appearance for the Potters.
West Brom are going all out for the equaliser and Mulumbu is sacrificed from midfield to be replaced by Matej Vydra who will join the attack.
Take nothing away from that goal from Adam, but questions have to be asked of the Stoke defence. The midfielder was just allowed to stride forward before picking out his spot. Delight for the travelling fans.
CHANCE! Anichebe smashes a strike over the bar after showing great strength to hold off the challenge of Muniesa on the edge of the area.
Crouch takes down Ireland's delivery into the area on his chest. He looks to unleash a strike but the linesman has his flag up and West Brom are let off.
Mulumbu shows some silky footwork to skip into the area. He goes down after being crowded out but Lee Probert is having none of his penalty appeals.
Sessegnon is found by an excellent ball from Morrison, he skips away from Cameron but his touch is just too heavy and the move comes to nothing.
There was a brief scramble inside the Stoke area following Brunt's corner but the visitors break through N'Zonzi. Arnautovic and Ireland push forward but Mulumbu does well to shore things up in defence.
Stoke make a change as Peter Odemwingie goes off to boos from three corners of The Hawthorns to be replaced by Peter Crouch in attack.
Stoke are still dominating possession, but not as much as the first half. They have seen 58 per cent of the ball as West Brom have a corner on the right.
Ireland hacks down Morrison and West Brom have a free-kick which Foster will take deep inside his own half.
Peter Crouch is warming up for Stoke and he looks as though he is preparing to come on as he receives instructions from the Stoke bench.
The delivery from Brunt is not the best and Stoke manage to clear their lines. This game is wide open now though and West Brom look as though they fancy their chances of taking the three points.
Dorrans drives down the left and wins a free-kick off Cameron who just nudged him off the ball with a body check. Brunt stands over it and Albion have men forward.
Odemwingie is allowed to stride forward and he fires one wide from distance. Arnautovic is fuming and thinks that he should have been played in.
West Brom are allowed to play the advantage after N'Zonzi was late on Olsson. The move comes to nothing before Stoke break and a goal-mouth scramble ensues before West Brom clear their lines.
McAuley is back on his feet and play resumes. That has just slowed down the tempo somewhat after a frenetic last 10 or so minutes.
There's a brief break in play as Gareth McAuley is down receiving treatment after landing awkwardly as he leapt to meet the corner.
It really is end-to-end now as Arnautovic curls one towards goal which Foster does well to get down to and palm behind for a corner. You can't take your eyes off this!
Neither Berahino nor Anichebe are able to force an opening as West Brom look to mount an attack after more pressure.
West Brom make the first change of the afternoon as Morgan Amalfitano makes way for Victor Anichebe.
CHANCE! This game has burst into life at The Hawthorns and Mulumbu has just rattled the post with a powerful strike from inside the area.
CHANCE! Sessegnon comes close to putting West Brom ahead after another cross from Dawson as Sorensen clutches onto his header from inside the area.
That was a frantic couple of minutes, but the home fans are in good voice after that cool equaliser from Sessegnon. It was West Brom's best move of the match so far, with Dawson bombing down the right and picking out the winger with a perfect cross.
CHANCE! Almost immediately after the scores were levelled, Stoke are inches away from going back in front as Arnautovic bends one just wide via the post.
GOAL! West Brom equalise through Stephane Sessegnon who guides Dawson's cross beyond Sorensen and into the bottom corner. 1-1.
West Brom work their way forward with some smart build-up play involving Berahino. Amalfitano finds the ball at his feet on the left and tries to float one towards the back post, but Sorensen comes off his line to collect.
Foster denies Arnautovic with a smart save low down before conceding a corner in bizarre fashion as he miscues his throw and juggles it out of play.
Walters sees his strike blocked by Dawson before Olsson gets across to prevent it from going behind for a corner.
West Brom have men flying forward after Berahino held it up for Dorrans. Amalfitano and Sessegnon burst into the area but Dorrans is wasteful as his pass his far too heavy for any of his team-mates to latch on to.
Stoke break but Arnautovic sees his cross headed clear. Brunt feeds Morrison before Berahino has it snatched off him by Cameron.
The resulting cross goes all the way behind for a goakick, much to the relief of Sorensen who missed it completely as he attempted to punch it away.
Sorensen is forced to back-pedal and tip behind Amalfitano's cross from the right and West Brom have a corner.
HT: Lee Probert signals for half-time and Stoke lead 1-0 thanks to Gareth McAuley's own goal. The Baggies have come close, hitting the woodwork early on, but Stoke have dominated for large parts of this game. 0-1.
Brunt wins a corner off Odemwingie, much to the approval of the home crowd. Dorrans whips one in towards McAuley at the near post but Shawcross heads clear.
Sessegnon tees up Dorrans to have a strike but his effort is blocked before Morrison's strike from distance is pushed away by Sorensen.
Sorensen is forced off his line to punch clear a deflected cross and Stoke have a throw deep inside their own half. The atmosphere has been taken up a notch since McAuley's clattering challenge on Odemwingie.
West Brom's attack breaks down as Mulumbu looks to chip one into the area for Berahino, but it's too heavy for the young striker and it goes behind for a goalkick when he could have had a shot himself.
There's a bit of a fracas following a clash between McAuley and Odemwingie. Lee Probert manages to cool things down after consulting with the Stoke captain Shawcross.
Olsson launches it forward for Berahino but the move breaks down. N'Zonzi strides forward, looking to shoot, only for McAuley to shrug him off the ball.
Olsson heads over the resulting corner and Stoke are given the chance to get hold of the ball once again after that rare West Brom chance.
CHANCE! West Brom break and Berahino is inches away from equalising with his outstretched boot following an inviting low cross from Brunt on the left. A Stoke defender got a touch to it so the hosts have a corner.
Muniesa finds himself in an advanced position again as Arnautovic plays him into the area. He tries a first-time cross, but McAuley does well to block with a covering challenge.
Stoke break again and Walters picks out Arnautovic inside the area. Unselfishly, he tees up Ireland on the edge of the area and Olsson's block sees his effort fly behind for a corner.
Odemwingie picks out Muniesa at the back post with a delightful floated cross before Walters tries to find a way through the crowded West Brom box. Stoke do look dangerous on the break when they get the ball out wide.
Dawson is found in space on the right but his cross is poor and straight into the arms of the grateful Sorensen.
'Shawcross for England' is the chant from the travelling Stoke City fans after breaking up that last West Brom move. At the opposite end, Arnautovic drags an effort wide.
Stoke are still controlling possession with 71 per cent of the ball so far. They press West Brom but Berahino halts the move and the hosts try to mount a counter-attack which eventually comes to nothing.
Dorrans looks for the run of Amalfitano but his through ball is slightly over-hit and Sorensen comes off his line to gather it.
Mulumbu does well to drive West Brom forward before drawing a foul on the halfway line off Ireland. The free-kick is played short and Amalfitano is set free down the left, the sting is taken out of his cross though and the move breaks down.
Walters is slightly late on McAuley by the corner flag and West Brom have a free-kick deep inside their own half which Foster will launch forward.
Morrison whips a cross towards the back post where Dawson is surging forward, but the defender is just unable to reach it as he throws himself at the ball.
West Brom are camped inside their own half as Stoke continue to attack. Odemwingie plays the ball across goal and in an almost carbon copy of the opener, McAuley is there to block it, only this time he manages to steer it behind.
That was pretty much deserved for Stoke who have enjoyed the better of the play so far. They look to attack again down their left but Arnautovic runs into Dawson. Odewingie and Ireland attempt to get things going again.
Pepe Mel looks bemused on the touchline after that. Arnautovic did well to keep his balance and break into the area, he cut it back across goal and there was little McAuley could do about it as he just stabbed it beyond Foster.
GOAL! Stoke take the lead as Gareth McAuley diverts Marko Arnautovic's low cross into his own net! 0-1.
Amalftiano tries to wriggle his way into the area but finds his path blocked and Stoke break through Arnautovic. Odemwingie takes it to the byline before fizzing one across goal which Foster does well to get a strong hand to.
Mulumbu and N'Zonzi are exchanging a few words after an altercation inside the centre circle. Play resumes though and West Brom look to mount an attack.
Sessegnon sees his ball cut out by Muniesa as Stoke look to assert their dominance on this game by keeping hold of the ball. They have seen 74 per cent of it so far.
Sessegnon exchanges passes with Berahino before Ireland muscles in. Dorrans picks up the loose ball and West Brom continue the attack before Morrison is flagged for a handball.
Stoke look to counter-attack and move the ball across to Odemwingie on the right. He cuts inside before dragging a weak effort wide of Foster's goal which is greeted by loud cheers from the home fans.
Dorrans is invited to shoot on the edge of the area but sees his strike blocked by Shawcross and Stoke can break.
At the other end, Amalfitano strides forward with intent before Sorensen cuts out his over-hit through ball.
It's been quite a lively start at the Hawthorns and Stoke have just stepped it up a gear in the last few minutes. Mark Hughes will feel that his side should be ahead after that Walters chance.
CHANCE! Walters comes close again, this time at the back post as he meets Odemwingie's pin-point cross, only to nod it wide when he should have hit the target.
CHANCE! Walters bursts down the left and into the area. He lets fly towards goal but is thwarted by an outstanding stop from Foster who manages to palm it away.
Just going back to that early West Brom chance when it looked as though Sessegnon had hit the bar... It turns out it was the outstretched leg of N'Zonzi which diverted it against the woodwork.
Stoke are yet to have a sight of goal but are currently happy to knock the ball about in the middle of the park. Arnautovic stumbles before Ireland helps him out. Every Odemwingie touch is greeted by resounding boos from the home crowd.
Half a chance for West Brom as Morrison gets away from Whelan far too easily down the left. His cut-back is too heavy for Berahino before Sessegnon's effort is diverted behind for a corner.
Foster launches a long ball forward but Berahino is unable to bring it under control and Stoke get the chance to attack through Ireland down the right. Play is switched to Cameron as they patiently control possession.
McAuley then heads the following corner well over the bar. Promising start for the hosts, but they should be ahead.
CHANCE! West Brom are inches away from taking the lead through Sessesgnon from the corner. He was just yards away from the line as he somehow manages to smash it against the bar when he really should have scored. Stoke are relieved as it bounces clear.
Berahino wins a corner down the left and West Brom have an early chance to get a ball into the box with Olsson forward.
Sessegnon tries to muscle his way through the Stoke defence before Walters puts an early cross along the home box. West Brom clear though and look to break with Morrison.
Right then, we are just five minutes away from kick-off at the Hawthorns and the teams are making their way out of the tunnel. Any last minute predictions? Feel free to get them in to: @ryanparrish1919 on Twitter.
Lee Probert is the referee at the Hawthorns today. He has taken charge of each team just once this season - West Brom's 1-1 draw with Fulham and Stoke's 3-0 defeat at Chelsea.
If you fancy a flutter on this afternoon's action, our friends over at Sky Bet have it covered. West Brom are 6/5 for a home win, the draw is 12/5 and Stoke are 11/5 to take the three points. Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp has a number of his hot tips including a 2-1 WBA win at 15/2 or Saido Berahino to score first at 6/1.
Pepe Mel's side were beaten 2-0 at Sunderland on Wednesday night and they have managed just three wins from their last 17 outings. As for Mark Hughes' men, they are looking to build on last weekend's 4-1 demolition of Fulham after suffering defeat just three times in their last 14 games.
Thanks to Hally (@Gaz_Toad_Hall) who has Tweeted to say: 'Stoke to win 0-3. Odemwingie with a treble to see Stoke finishing 9th.'
Barring a miraculous result for Norwich against Arsenal and a 17-goal swing, the Baggies will be playing top-flight football again next season and it should be a fairly relaxed atmosphere this afternoon. Stoke, meanwhile, are looking to secure their first top-half finish in the Premier League and a win could see them finish as high as ninth if Newcastle lose at Liverpool.
Chris Green from Huddersfield has been in touch by email. He says: 'I see this game ending in a 2-2 draw.'
Stoke team news: Mark Hughes has made three changes from the team that were 4-1 winners over Fulham last weekend. Thomas Sorensen replaces the absent Asmir Begovic in goal, Ryan Shawcross is in for Erik Pieters and Jon Walters replaces Oussama Assaidi. There is also a place on the bench for Jack Butland who returned from his loan spell at Leeds.
West Brom team news: Pepe Mel has made four changes from the side that lost 2-0 at Sunderland during the week with Olsson, Dawson, Mulumbu and Amalfitano coming in for Reid, Lugano, Yacob and Anichebe.
So there are the teams, but what do you reckon? As ever, you can get in touch with your thoughts and score predictions before, during and after the game. Either Tweet me: @ryanparrish1919 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get them posted up.
Stoke team: Sorensen, Muniesa, Shawcross, Wilson, Cameron, Arnautovic, Whelan, N'Zonzi, Odemwingie, Ireland, Walters.
West Brom team: Foster, Dawson, McAuley, Olsson, Brunt, Dorrans, Mulumbu, Morrison, Amalfitano, Sessegnon, Berahino.
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