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Brunt on a mission

Sheffield Wednesday
vs.
West Brom

Hillsborough

28 November 2009

3pm

Chris Brunt returns to his former club and hopes to help West Brom claim a vital victory and top spot in the Championship.

Vital Quotes:

Chris Brunt reflects on some of the reasons for West Brom's success so far this season:

'A lot of our training has been based around trying to make us better defensively as a team, which is an important part of the game... we have been a lot more solid at the back this season. That has played a part in us getting some results... hopefully we can keep that going throughout the season.'

Sheffield Wednesday Team News:

Sheffield Wednesday will be without midfielder Tommy Miller, who is still struggling with a hamstring problem.

Player to watch: Warren Feeney

Wednesday are without a win in five matches and could do with a player of Brunt's ability. Recent loan signing striker Warren Feeney could be pivotal.

West Brom Team News:

Injuries aplenty with Koren, Bednar, Thomas, Mattock, Martis, and Teixeira all doubtful.

Player to watch: Chris Brunt

The Northern Ireland international has to take on the responsibility for this one. Still only 24, Brunt is already regarded as one of the more senior players in the Albion dressing room and he will need all of his club and international experience to try and collect a fourth successive win against the club where he spent just over three seasons.

Match Facts & Stats

Last time we met:

Football League Championship

4 March 2008

Sheff Weds 0 West Brom 1 (Phillips)

Match Prediction:

With Newcastle playing on the same day, for once, the pressure is on to get the three points and top spot. We think our defenders might blink first and leave us with a nervy 2-2.

Next Fixture:

5 December 2009

Derby v West Brom

3pm


Writer:Craig Coggle
Date:Friday November 27 2009
Time: 6:26PM

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