J Livermore (90+2)
W Brom vs Tottenham
3:00pm Saturday 5th May
WATCH: MATCH HIGHLIGHTS
WEST BROM 1-0 SPURS
Well, well, well, how about that for a result! West Brom's late charge to Premier League survival continues thanks to Jake Livermore's dramatic winner.
It will ultimately mean nothing if Southampton beat Everton this evening but there is still hope at the Hawthorns. Darren Moore's unbeaten record is stretched to five games.
FT: It's all over! West Brom have got the win thanks to a former Spurs player! The only result that can send the Baggies down now is if Southampton beat Everton later on today.
GOAL! WEST BROM 1-0 SPURS (Livermore, 90+2)
The corner comes in and Dawson heads it down into the ground forcing a great save from Lloris! It pinballs around the box and between them Livermore and Rose manage to send it into the net from a yard out! It wasn't clear who got the final touch but the most important thing for West Brom is that it has gone it! Incredible scenes at the end here.
WEST BROM 0-0 SPURS
90: Five minutes of added time to go.
89: CHANCE! West Brom have a corner and it goes all the way through to Krychowiak but he fires it way over the bar! Right place, wrong man.
Spurs have really struggled to defend set-pieces today.
88: Rose goes flying inside the box but Spurs' penalty appeal is waved away! That looked a decent shout for the visitors.
87: Trippier finds Lucas with a great ball and the winger darts into the box before turning a cross into the box and Dawson stretches to send it wide of goal with Kane breathing down his neck.
86: Last change for West Brom as Krychowiak replaces McClean.
84: Vertonghen has gone down and will have to come off. He injured himself trying to send a cross into the box on the left. Llorente is on in his place. Last throw of the dice for Spurs.
81: Brunt goes into the book now as he shoves Lucas to the ground. The Brazilian has been bright since coming on which begs the question why did he not come on sooner? Eriksen stands over the free-kick.
80: Ex-Spurs player Chadli is on for the final ten minutes with Rodriguez making way.
79: McCLean goes into the box for a horribly cynical foul on Lucas who was breaking. That was a terrible challenge from the Irishman who is perhaps fortunate not to have been sent off.
77: Another change for Spurs as Lucas comes on in place of Lamela.
74: SAVE! Hegazi loops a header into the six-yard-box and Kane slices it towards his own goal under pressure from Sturridge forcing his own goalkeeper Lloris into a stunning save!
From the resulting corner, Lloris flaps at the delivery and it goes all the way through to Hegazi who turns a cross back into the danger-zone, but Alderweireld is there to meet it.
73: Alderweireld has been penalised with a trip on Rondon. That's the first mistake the Belgian has made all afternoon.
Rondon makes way and it is the forgotten man Sturridge who is on in his place.
71: Sanchez and Rondon tussle again but this time the West Brim forward doesn't win his free-kick. That has been an intriguing battle so far.
69: Nyom gives the ball away to his enemy Rose who slips in Lamela down the left.
Lamela skids a cross into the box and Hegazi clears away when Foster was ready to claim it. Indecision in the Albion backline.
68: Spurs change - Alli off, Son on.
67: Rose and Nyom are both booked.
64: There's a flare-up by the left touchline between Rose and Nyom and the Spurs left back pushes the Albion player in the face.
He goes down in theatrical fashion and is clutching his face. That was pretty embarrassing from the West Brom man but silly from Rose too.
Nyom is absolutely furious and is having to be calmed down by his teammates before he gets into any more trouble.
62: SAVE! Eriksen whips the free-kick on target and Foster flings himself across goal to palm it out for a corner.
That was a good effort from Eriksen, who has scored a few times against West Brom down the years, but Foster was equal to it.
A bit of a camera save, but a good one nonetheless.
61: Hegazi goes into the book for hacking down Alli. That's the first booking of the game. Spurs have a free-kick 30-yards-out.
59: Spurs are on the break here and have a three on two situation. Kane makes a mess of it and his pass is hopelessly over-hit and runs out for a goal kick.
What a waste.
58: Spurs are passing the ball around the edge of Albion's box without finding a breakthrough.
The move ends and Albion attack through Rondon who after wrestling with Sanchez is fouled by Vertonghen for a free-kick.
From the resulting set-piece, Dawson heads it high into the air and Hegazi stretches to volley it wide.
56: Big appeals from Rose for a penalty after his cross cannoned off Nyom but the referee isn't interested. That would've been extremely harsh as Nyom was just a couple of yards away and couldn't do anything to get out of the way.
54: Vertonghen bursts forward from the back and feeds Alli who plays a great first-time ball into the path of Lamela but the Argentine can't get it under control and Foster rushes out to smother him.
That would've been a contender for the best team goal of the season and Lamela should have done better.
52: Worryingly for West Brom, Eriksen seems to be growing in influence here. The Dane whips a dangerous cross in from the right but Kane can only head it over the top of the bar.
50: Alderweireld pops up on the right wing and sends a long cross into the box towards Rose who attacks it well. No-one is able to reach his header back across goal, though.
47: Eriksen finds himself in acres of space on the right wing but his cross fails to find anyone in the middle.
West Brom then break and Phillip's cross deceives Sanchez who slashed wildly at it to carry through to Rondon and he too completely misses his kick.
A comedy of errors inside the Spurs box there.
46: Spurs get the second half underway. Rather disappointingly, they haven't come out in a changed kit.
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HT: The whistle blows for the end of the first half. Hegazi has his hands on his head having missed that chance a couple of minutes ago.
Spurs have dominated possession as you'd expect and should have gone 1-0 up through Kane midway through the half.
Albion rallied towards the end of it, though and had two great chances to score through Rodriguez and Hegazi.
Alderweireld has been the best player on a pitch by a distance.
45: Rose does brilliantly to weave in between two West Brom defenders before teeing up Lamela with a reverse ball inside the box.
However, the Argentine's sliding shot is blocked at close range by the covering Dawson.
43: The home side are having a go at the end of this half and have a corner after McClean's cross was blocked by Trippier.
Phillips whips it in and Hegazi rises highest to head it narrowly wide of the post! Spurs will be relieved to hear the half-time whistle at this rate.
41: OFF THE LINE! A hopeful punt upfield from a free-kick eventually finds Rodriguez inside the box and he lifts the ball over Lloris and towards goal only to see Alderweireld head it over from under the bar!
40: Kane looks to feed the ball around the corner into Alli's path but not for the first time this afternoon, it doesn't come off for him.
He still seems to be off the pace, the England striker.
36: Alderweireld sprays a lovely ball right across the pitch into Rose's path but his cross is not quite so accurate and West Brom clear.
Alderweireld has been the player of the half thus far.
34: Lamela tries to pick out Kane with a through ball but it's just got a bit too much pace on it and runs away from the striker.
32: Alderweireld is down on the floor after being on the receiving end of a hefty challenge from McClean.
No signs of a recurrence of that hamstring injury that has ravaged his season. It's just a knock and he's fine to continue.
29: CHANCE! Trippier splits the West Brom defence with a ball into Kane and he looks odds-on to score but Foster denies him with a big save!
Huge opportunity for Kane there! From the resulting corner Kane has another good opportunity but he can only nod the ball wide!
A let-off for Albion that as Kane is usually so much sharper in those situations.
27: Alderweireld inches forward after encouragement from Eriksen but his long ball aimed at Alli is once again cut out by Hegazi who hasn't put a foot wrong so far.
23: Sanchez smashes a clearance high up into the air with Rondon breathing down his neck and Spurs' defence regroups.
They are on the attack now through Alli but his pass directed towards Kane is cut out by Hegazi.
SAVE! Wanyama bends a shot towards the top corner but Foster reaches out to palm it over the top! First save of the game.
21: Phillips deceives Vertonghen with a lovely piece of footwork before firing a low cross into the near post but Wanyama read it well and manages to clear away.
Not many players have managed to wriggle away from Vertonghen that easily this season. West Brom are just starting to play with a bit more ambition here.
Remember, they have to win to have a chance of staying up.
19: Eriksen looks to inject some urgency into Spurs' play by attempting a pot-shot from outside the area but it lacks power and is deflected away.
He is claiming he should have got a free-kick for a shove from McClean as he was lining up the shot, but the ref isn't interested.
17: Kane's touch has been a bit off so far but he does manage to flight a good ball out to Trippier by the touchline.
Trippier brings it down before laying off to Wanyama but the Kenyan can't bring it under control and Gibbs clears for Albion.
It's been a decent watch so far but neither goalkeeper has been tested.
15: Rose is penalised for a foul and West Brom send their defenders up for the free-kick.
Brunt clips it in delicately and Rondon nods the ball back to Phillips who lines up a volley before booting Rose up into the air instead. Free-kick to Spurs.
11: Alderweireld puts a crunching tackle in on Rondon inside West Brom's half and has started this game in authoritative fashion.
If reports are to be believed, this could be one of the Belgian's final games for the club. It will be an interesting summer as far as Spurs are concerned, that's for sure.
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