Monday, November 1, 2010

Live - Blackpool v West Brom


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By Chris Whyatt

1947: So, high-flying West Brom made 11 changes from the team that beat Fulham 2-1 last weekend for the midweek Carling Cup game at Leicester - but still came out 4-1 winners. But manager Roberto Di Matteo reverts to his more favoured line-up tonight, making two changes from the victory over the Cottagers. Striker Simon Cox makes his first ever Premier League start in place of injured midfielder James Morrison, while Pablo Ibanez comes in for the injured Jonas Olsson in defence. Influential Blackpool captain Charlie Adam has recovered from an ankle injury to start for the Seasiders, who make one change from the side that lost 2-0 at Birmingham last weekend. Striker Elliot Grandin returns in place of Marlon Harewood.

1944: You lot cannot be caught out. I obviously mean that Blackpool haven't won in the top-flight of English football for nearly four decades - AT BLOOMFIELD ROAD. Where, incidentally, it's absolutely sheeting it down. Quarter of an hour until kick off. Time to digest those team-line-ups properly...

1940: Blackpool v West Brom team line-ups
BLACKPOOL: Gilks, Eardley, Cathcart, Evatt, Crainey, Grandin, Adam, Vaughan, Taylor-Fletcher, Campbell, Varney. Subs: Kingson, Southern, Harewood, Sylvestre, Phillips, Carney, Keinan.
WEST BROM: Carson, Jara, Pablo, Tamas, Shorey, Brunt, Mulumbu, Scharner, Thomas, Fortune, Cox.
Subs: Myhill, Cech, Tchoyi, Barnes, Bednar, Reid, Dorrans.

1934: Yep, Blackpool haven't won in the top-flight of English football - at Bloomfield Road - for nearly four decades. So can the club who were tipped by many to be playing in the third tier this season break that duck tonight against their fellow promotees West Brom who, by the way, are bidding to move ahead of gazzillionaires Manchester City into fourth place in the Premier League? Let me know the answer on 606 or the old SMS via 81111 (UK) or +44 7786200666 (worldwide).

1930: The last time it happened was back in 1971, on 26 April. At the other end of the country, down in Bristol, little Ian Holloway has just turned eight (and is no doubt already charming and amusing anyone he comes into contact with). Glam rock and Motown are making waves in the pop charts. So. I am, of course, referring to...

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