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Well that brings an end to our live coverage from Anfield. Liverpool stay fifth after being held, while West Brom leap out of the bottom three on goal difference and send Crystal Palace back into the relegation zone.

We're back this weekend with more coverage from the Premier league but until next time it is goodbye.


A game which was poor for long periods illuminated by one of the decisions of the season from referee Paul Tierney. Dominic Solanke looked to have scored the winner by the official spotted a handball as he found the net which ensures that West Brom take a point from Anfield. Jurgen Klopp confronted the official at half-time and given what happened on Sunday, he will be fuming.


Full time: Liverpool 0-0 West Brom

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Foster saves a deflected Coutinho shot. West Brom survive again.


Into stoppage time at Anfield, of which there will be three minutes.


Into the final two minutes. Can Liverpool rouse themselves again?


Now Solanke has an effort cleared off the line and Liverpool bombard the West Brom box. But attention remains on that handball. Jurgen Klopp will be sensing a second injustice in as many games.


Joe Gomez crossed from the right hand side it bounce up onto Solanke's head and then onto a stray arm - he didn't know much about it - but he doesn't score without it. great decision, made in front of the Kop no less.


Drama at Anfield. Liverpool goal disallowed. Dominic Solanke adjudged to have scored with his hand, and referee Paul Tierney gets it spot on.


Trent Alexander-Arnold off and Joe Gomez on for Liverpool. Ten minutes to go and the hosts bring off their best player tonight.


West Brom stand firm amid some sustained Liverpool pressure which ends when Salah leaves a high foot on Jonny Evans, though the winger objects to the theatrics shown by the Northern Irish defender.

Change for West Brom meanwhile as Chris Brunt comes on for Grzegorz Krychowiak.


Solanke and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on for Sadio Mane and Georginio Wjnaldum.


Dominic Solanke coming on for Liverpool. The Fab Four set to be broken up?


Ben Foster smashes a West Brom free-kick out of play, the ball taking two bounces before it goes over the dead-ball line. Not one for the Baggies fans dreaming of a late winner.


Robson-Kanu off and Jay Rodriguez on for West Brom for the final 19 minutes. A statement they're not prepared to fully sit on this result. HBK has been very good tonight.


Alan Pardew will be encouraged by his side's display.

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First yellow card of the night for Emrs Can for cutting down Yacob. The German is not happy, probably due to his own lack of discipline.


Liverpool have certainly improved dramatically since half-time, pushing far harder and able to put West Brom under a lot more pressure. But still the score remains goalless.


Ben Foster almost gifts Liverpool the lead when he punches a cross under no pressure, palms the ball into Firmino and it needs Evans to clear.


Philippe Coutinho over a 30-yard free-kick. Foster is positioned to the right of his goal and there where is heads, allowing him to shuffle across and make an easy grab.



Trent Alexander-Arnold is posing a real threat down the right and his again causes problems and Firmino looks set to open the scoring but he miss-controls the ball and Hegazi shepherds it back to Foster. An hour gone.


And another chance for Liverpool, who are threatening with more urgency now. TAA crosses and it takes a nick off Evans which changes the path of the ball and it means that Salah can't direct his header on target.


Sadio Mane skews wide from Liverpool's best chance of the nice, which has taken 56 minutes to muster. First time West Brom were really blown open then.