Date: 30th January 2016 at 8:31pm
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Head coach Tony Pulis saw West Bromwich Albion held to a draw for the second successive FA Cup round and once again he was left crediting the opposition for their efforts.

Having needed a replay at the third round stage against Bristol City, Albion find themselves heading to London Road for another replay following the two all draw earlier today in the fourth round tie.

With a Saido Berahino brace putting the side in front twice, with Peterborough fighting back on both occasions – albeit late on – there was on obvious disappointment at again needing another match now, especially with injuries hitting and Salomon Rondon needing to be managed with concerns over fatigue – but Pulis was just pleased to remain in the hat and he knew he had to give Peterborough United ‘a lot of credit’ for their own performance on the day.

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