Date: 14th February 2016 at 10:48am
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West Brom’s Premier League season continued with a win over Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday.

An early goal from Salomon Rondon was enough to give West Brom a one-nil win at Everton as a first win in six-matches in the league was secured.

Club record signing Rondon, this will always be a tag he’s got to wear around his neck, chested down a Jonas Olsson flick on to fire home his fifth of the season on 14-minutes with what proved to be the winner for Albion.

The post twice saved West Brom with Ross Barkley and Tom Cleverley the Everton players denied.

These were the other results.

Saturday 13th February 2016
Sunderland 2-1 Man Utd
Bournemouth 1-3 Stoke
Crystal Palace 1-2 Watford
Everton 0-1 West Brom
Norwich 2-2 West Ham
Swansea 0-1 Southampton
Chelsea 5-1 Newcastle

These games are to be played.

Sunday 14th February 2016
Arsenal v Leicester 12:00
Aston Villa v Liverpool 14:05
Man City v Tottenham 16:15

Obviously the ‘big ones’ so to speak as far as the title race is concerned take place on Sunday but on Saturday there were important wins for Sunderland (two-one against Man United) and West Brom (one-nil at Everton). The Black Cats winning helps their relegation battle but does little to help Louis van Gaal and his efforts of keeping his job at United does it! West Brom helped ease relegation worries with a big three-points at Goodison.

But, even though Chelsea (five-one) would ordinarily be expected to beat Newcastle given the season the reigning Champions have had, and the amount of draws of late, that win has to be the stand out result so far really doesn’t it?

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