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Baggies v Man City Preview

West Brom
vs.
Manchester City

The Hawthornes

10/12/2005

3pm

A statement on the official site has confirmed that tomorrows game is a 3pm kick off and the reports in the media stating otherwise are wrong.

Vital Quotes:

Byran Robson joked: 'I'm not going anywhere near the ball if it comes off on the sideline. I'll leave it to Stuart to go and collect it. I don't know why he came up to me the third time the ball came in my direction because I'd thrown it right back to their players the previous two times. He nearly broke his neck when he slipped over trying to get it back off me. He's well named (psycho)!'

West Brom Team News:

Chris Kirkland is available again having recovered from a bruised kidney. Bryan Robson says he knows who his number one is but is remaining tight lipped on it! Kanu is struggling against time to be fit due to a dead leg. Geoff Horsfield and Robert Earnshaw are fighting for the Nigerian international strikers place. (from): Kuszczak, Kirkland, Albrechtsen, Watson, Clement, Gaardsoe, Davies, Moore, Scimeca, Carter, Chaplow, Wallwork, Johnson, Inamoto, Greening, Kamara, Kanu, Ellington, Horsfield, Earnshaw, Campbell.

Player to watch: The Team

This is going to have to be a team performance to take on in form Man City. Give it 100% and the Baggies can win.

Manchester City Team News:

Danny Mills is still out. (from): James, De Vlieger, Sommeil, Dunne, Distin, Richards, Jordan, Thatcher, Sun, Croft, Reyna, Sinclair, Barton, Ireland, Musampa, Sibierski, Cole, Vassell, Fowler, Wright-Phillips.

Player to watch: Darius Vassell

Former 'we are a big club, oh yes we are' Villan Vassell has the speed and pace to upset many a defence.

Ref Watch:

Mike Dean. 7 matches, 0 reds, 22 yellows.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday December 9 2005
Time: 6:27PM

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