West Brom 1-0 Hull: How many wins is it now for Tony Pulis in his last nine league games?

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Tony Pulis won his second game in a row since replacing Alan Irvine at West Bromwich Albion, beating Hull City 1-0 thanks to a second half goal from Saido Berahino. The victory was only WBA's third home victory of the season in the Premier League, but in truth it was a game of little quality or real incident, and the Baggies will just be happy to have taken the point.


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Victory for the Midlands club moved them above Hull into 14th in the table and was only their second Premier League success in their last 11 games.

  • West Brom have scored a first-half goal in only three of their last 13 Premier League fixtures.
  • Hull mustered six shots (not incl. blocked) against West Brom in the first-half. Only against Everton on New Year’s Day did the Tigers fire in more first-half shots in a Premier League game this season.
  • Robbie Brady was Steve Bruce’s 1000th substitution in Premier League history (Brady came on for Nikica Jelavic).
  • Saido Berahino has netted six in his last three games for the Baggies in all competitions.
  • Berahino is the second-highest scoring Englishman in the top division this season, with nine goals (Charlie Austin is top with 13).
  • The Baggies registered their first win in five Premier League games and only their second in their last 11.
  • The Tigers have enjoyed just two victories in their last 14 league games, drawing four and losing eight.
  • Tony Pulis has won six of his last nine Premier League game as a manager, drawing two and losing just one.

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