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Cox and Wood lead the line

This could be an indication of Roberto Di Matteo's intention for the game against Watford on Saturday. Having failed to score in the last two Championship games, Albion have slipped down to third place in the league.

With ninth place Nottingham Forest only two points behind us at the moment even our place in the play off positions looks shaky.

The problem up front needs to be sorted and the Cox and Wood partnership, young and untried as it is, could be the answer.

Other senior faces that could feature in tonight's game include: Dean Kiely, Leon Barnett, Shelton Martis and Reuben Reid.




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Writer: Craig Coggle Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 26 2009

Time: 3:59PM

 

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