Robinson banned for Baggies

Left-back Paul Robinson is suspended for West Brom’s trip to Fulham after collecting five bookings.

Robinson’s obvious deputy Steve Watson is still struggling with a groin problem, so manager Bryan Robson faces a defensive reshuffle. He could move central defender Neil Clement to left-back and hand a debut to the Uruguayan centre-back Williams Martinez after his arrival on loan from Defensor.

Albion are still without the injured Zoltan Gera and Thomas Gaardsoe, who have groin problems, while Kanu and Diomansy Kamara are on their way back from the African Nations Cup.

Team (from): Kuszczak, Kirkland, Albrechtsen, Watson, Davies, Martinez, Carter, Wallwork, Quashie, Kozak, Inamoto, Greening, Ellington, Horsfield, Campbell, Nicholson, Johnson, Hodgkiss.


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