May 26 2013 Latest news:
Monday, January 7, 2013
West Brom assistant coach Kevin Keen insisted they were confident of finishing the job in the replay.
The Baggies, who had already beaten QPR twice this season in the league and had to contend with a potentially serious knee injury to Zoltan Gera in the first half, took the lead through Shane Long and were by far the more penetrative.
He said: “We’ll have a real go at The Hawthorns. Our record is good there. We’re confident playing at home against anybody.
“What happened in the last 30 seconds can happen in any game and an old friend of mine, Kieron Dyer, has popped up with a goal.
“I can’t remember the last time he scored. These things happen in football, that’s why we all come to watch.
“We’re a fraction disappointed but we’ve done well. Their goalkeeper made two or three good saves.”