Andy Naylor and Brian Owen rate the Albion players in their 1-1 draw against Arsenal at The Emirates.

MATHEW RYAN 8: Moved sharply across his line to keep out a first-half header, the first of at least three fine stops to go with solid handling.

BRUNO 8: Lots of good defending down his flank to top off an impressive recent return to the side. Now - what about next season?

SHANE DUFFY 9: A brilliant sliding challenge on the clean-through Lacazette was perhaps the highlight moment of a monster of a defensive display.

LEWIS DUNK 9: Pretty much as expected. Magnificent at the back again against a high quality strikeforce.

BERNARDO 8: Sound at the back, launched the counter attack for the goal and almost arrowed one into the top corner.

ALIREZA JAHANBAKHSH 5: A debut season to forget continued. Unfortunate with the penalty, substituted at half-time.

YVES BISSOUMA 7: So much zestful promise, interspersed by moments of naivety and unpredictability, especially defensively. Albion have a player on their hands after this season's learning curve.

DALE STEPHENS 7: A performance which summarised his season. A lot of unseen work contributed to the outcome. An important cog in Hughton's strategy.

SOLLY MARCH 8: Continued where he left off as the game-changer against Newcastle. Won the penalty and nearly won the game with a diving header. Goals the missing ingredient.

PASCAL GROSS 6: Makes up for a lack of pace with craft. Lovely cross for March's chance, but made a mess of the follow-up.

GLENN MURRAY 7: Benefited from better service. Calm spot-kick ended the collective away drought in the league and emulated his tally last season, when he had more chances.


ANTHONY KNOCKAERT 6: Bubbly replacement for Jahanbakhsh.

FLORIN ANDONE: Wasted promising situations on the break.

BERAM KAYAL: On at the death for the labouring Gross.