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West Brom almost at full strength for Arsenal clash

12:09 07 December 2012

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West Bromwich Albion's manager Steve Clarke. Picture: Steve Drew/EMPICS

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West Brom head coach Steve Clarke has virtually a full squad to choose from for the Premier League clash with Arsenal at the Emirates tomorrow.

Goalkeeper Ben Foster is the only absentee as he continues his rehabilitation work after undergoing a second groin operation, with Boaz Myhill again deputising.

Clarke has to decide whether to recall the likes of striker Peter Odemwingie and midfielders James Morrison and skipper Chris Brunt, who were rested for last weekend’s encounter with Stoke.

Provisional squad: Myhill, Daniels, Reid, Jones, McAuley, Olsson, Tamas, Jara Reyes, Popov, Ridgewell, Yacob, Brunt, Mulumbu, Dorrans, Morrison, El Ghanassy, Gera, Fortune, Odemwingie, Lukaku, Long, Rosenberg.

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