We take a look at the last five meetings between West Bromwich Albion and Hull City.
Mangerless West Bromwich Albion left it late to rescue a point from Hull City.
Jake Livermore put the visitors ahead in the 28th minute, following a swift counter-attack from Danny Graham.
West Brom caretaker boss Keith Downing threw on Zoltan Gera, Saido Berahino and Matej Vyrda in a bid to salvage something from the game. And it was Gera who combined with Vydra to score Albion’s 86th-minute equaliser.
Hull 2-0 West Brom (22nd March, 2014 – Premier League)
Shane Long came back to haunt West Brom, as the Tigers earned a vital win in their fight for Premier League survival.
Long, who had switched the Hawthorns for Hull in January, won a first half penalty from Craig Dawson’s tackle. Nikica Jelavic missed the resulting spot-kick but Liam Rosenior headed home the rebound to give the hosts the lead. Long doubled the Tigers' advantage seven minutes later with a tidy finish from Curtis Davies’ header.
The win moved Hull up to 12th, while Albion remained in 16th – just three points above the drop zone.
West Brom 3-2 Hull (24th September, 2014 – League Cup third round)
A dramatic late comeback saw West Brom book their place in the fourth round of the cup.
Ideye Brown had opened the scoring for the hosts but goals from Tom Ince and Robbie Brady looked to have won the game for Steve Bruce’s Hull side.
However, Gareth McAuley and Saido Berahino both found the net in a frantic finale, which saw Albion score twice in final three minutes to run out winners in this exciting cup tie.
Hull 0-0 West Brom (6th December, 2014 – Premier League)
West Brom ended a run of four consecutive defeats but they should have taken all three points against Hull.
Albion had a penalty within nine minutes at the KC Stadium, as Jake Livermore brought down Victor Anichebe. Graham Dorrans stepped up to take the penalty but Allan McGregor guessed correctly to keep the scores level.
Stephen Quinn had the game’s only other big chance but his header was kept out by Ben Foster.
West Brom 1-0 Hull (10th January, 2015 – Premier League)
Tony Pulis’s first win as Albion boss saw his side leapfrog fellow relegation strugglers Hull.
Steve Bruce lost Nikica Jelavic and Abel Hernandez to injury in a game lacking quality and chances at the Hawthorns. West Brom found their winner when Saido Berahino turned the ball home from an indirect free-kick.
The win saw the Baggies move above 18th placed and up to 14th in the table.