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Sunday, 13 May 2012

West Brom v Arsenal online video Free Live Barclays Premier League Preview -13 May -2012,16:00 CET

West Brom v Arsenal Live Stream online video Barclays Premier League 2012 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on  05/13/12 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free West Brom v Arsenal Stream Free online video Video Of Barclays Premier League Sunday 13 May 2012 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 16:00 CET.Barclays Premier League ,Watch Video online video Live online video,West Brom v Arsenal Live Streaming Video ,West Brom v Arsenal Stream,West Brom v Arsenal Live free,West Brom v Arsenal Streaming,West Brom v Arsenal Live, West Brom v Arsenal online video,West Brom v Arsenal online video, West Brom v Arsenal Results,Barclays Premier League Fixtures.Recent slip ups from Arsenal and the fact that it is Roy Hodgson's last match in charge of West Brom before he takes over as the England manager means there's plenty to play for at The Hawthorns.

Arsenal know they are guaranteed third place and automatic Champions League entry if they win, but there's little margin for error with Tottenham just a point behind and Newcastle two points back.

Arsenal could have wrapped things up before now but last week's draw at home to Norwich was nearly very costly. It is their good fortune that neither Spurs or Newcastle were able to win and leapfrog them in the table. Arsenal struggled to cope with Norwich's lively attacking play and didn't seem as sharp or switched on as expected, in the first half in particular. They haven't won in four games and West Brom are more than capable of making it an interesting afternoon.

Albion have lost nine games at home this season - only the bottom three have a worse record - but their recent home form is good. Hodgson's side have only lost one of the last half dozen at The Hawthorns, and that was to Newcastle. They've been hard to break down lately too, with Ben Foster keeping four clean sheets in the last six games.

Robin van Persie has the chance to be celebrating more than just Champions League qualification if things go his way in this final match of the season. Several goalscoring records are potentially within reach for the recently-crowned Footballer of the Year and they are worth noting.

One more goal would see him equalling the all-time Premier League record for a 38-game season of 31, achieved by Alan Shearer in 1995-96 and Cristiano Ronaldo in 2007-08.

It would also create a new club record for Arsenal in a 38-game season, taking him one clear of Thierry Henry, who scored 30 for the invincibles of 2003-04. Finally, a hat-trick for van Persie would equal Arsenal's post-war record for goals in a season, set by Ronnie Rooke back in 1947-48.

By the way, he has scored against Albion the last two times the teams have met.

Barclays Premier League

Match : Man City v QPR

Sunday Date   13 May 2012

Kick Off Time:     15:00   BST

Venue :  : The Hawthorns

Live/Repeat: Live

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