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Albion v Yeovil from the Amex
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- ALBION 2 YEOVIL 0
- ALBION GO SIXTH
- LuaLua breaks deadlock (78)
- Lingard nets in added time
- Four pages of coverage in The Argus tomorrow
All very hectic at the end as we ran down to get post-match interviews within seconds of the second goal - thanks for following the updates.
90+3: LINGARD scores from March cutback
Final: Albion 2 Yeovil 0
74: Buckley replaced by LuaLua
76: Stephens limps off, Forster-Caskey is on.
78: LUALUA angles in a right-footeed cross from the left, it beats everyone and bounces inside the far post
64: March on for LuaLua
71: March low shot straight at Stech from edge of box.
55: Orlandi fails to ake contact with low cross in front of goal. Lingard chips back across and Ulloa downward header, not with perfect contact, is spooned over by Stech...
56: ... and the resulting corner is glanced narrowly wide of far post by Ulloa.
60: Mazy run across the edge of the box by Lingard but wasteful shot high and wide.
63: Yeovil counter and Edwards shoots inches too high from edge of box, possibly clipping the bar.
52: Decent move down the left as Lingard feeds the overlapping Ward whose cross is headed just over by Ulloa.
54: Centre-back Duffy, caught out by Albion counter, brings down Lingard and is booked.
41: Decent build-up but Orlandi's low drive from outside the box is straight at Stech.
42: Wasteful from Stephens as he scuffs a low shot tamely wide from long range with better options available.
44: On-target Lingard blast ricochets off Webster's head and behind for a fruitless corner.
45: Sensational diagonal pass from Dunk on the edge of his own box gets Buckley away down right. Cuts inside and low drive held by Stech at his near post.
Half: Albion 0 Yeovil 0
30: Kuszczak down to his right to hold a low cross-shot from Hoskins.
35: More home jitters as Kuszczak comes for a straightforward free-kick hit from deep, misses it and Dunk calmly tidies up just in front of the goal-line.
27: Best chance yet but Orlandi sidefoots a yard wide from near the penalty spot after good work down the right by the hosts.
29: Orlandi again - a tougher but still presentable chance as he glances a header wide after doing well to get in front of McAllister to meet Buckley's cross.
21: Albion seem stung into life by that escape and Orlandi gets in a dangerous cross which somehow misses both Ulloa and Lingard in front of goal.
16: Good spell of Yeovil possession. Bruno catches Lawrence late just outside the box, slightly to left of goal. Lawrence free-kick hits the wall - but the youngster on loan from Man Utd looks dangerous.
19: Nice build-up by Yeovil and Palazuelos fires against the top of the bar from 20 yards. The ball rebounds up into the air - then almost drops in before Albion scramble it away.
20: The ball ricochets against a Yeovil hand from Buckley's low driven cross but no penalty, then Lingard's follow-up is blocked for a corner.
09: Albion trying to make a high-tempo start. Ulloa wins first corner but Orlandi delivery is straight into Stech's hands.
Busy start by Albion but no clear chances.
The updates will be briefer tonight due to tight deadlines - which just became 15 minutes tighter - for tomorrow's newspaper.
Once we have filed everything for The Argus, there will be plenty going online.
How much depends on how the game goes!
01. Yeovil win first corner, cleared by Ulloa.
08: Ward gets into a great position on the left of the box but overhits his cross
We're under way.
Great atmosphere - possibly best of the season at kick-off
Albion attacking the South Stand.
Still time to vote on whether this is the biggest regular season league match yet staged at the Amex.
Doncaster 2011 is edging it at the moment
And who will win tonight?
In case you had not noticed by the way, kick-off has been delayed until 8pm due to traffic congestion.
Congestion on the A27, I should add. Not King's Road. That was earlier!
Final fling at the Amex or the precursor to bigger things?
Who knows? But I would suggest Albion need a win here for it to be the latter.
Yeovil DEFINITELY require a win to keep alive theoretical survival hopes, though in reality even their manager Gary Johnson admits they are going down.
The Glovers have avoided defeat in half of their 22 away games so far.
On the day a hole appeared on the seafront, do we really want something similar in the Seagulls' play-off hopes?
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