Was rarely tested in the first half and could not prevent Long's opener. Saved well late on to deny Lukaku.
The Villa captain was solid in the first half but struggled to deal with Long's movement in the second. His header led to the goalmouth scramble which produced the equaliser.
Produced a superb tackle to prevent Lukaku from going one-on-one with Guzan. Struggled to get forward and effective forays into the Baggies' half proved rare.
The Republic of Ireland international, like his central defensive partner, had to little to contend with in the first half but looked shaky in the second against Long and Lukaku.
Was at fault for West Brom's opener, the right-back allowing James Morrison to stay onside and provide the cross for Long to put the Baggies ahead. Provided little going forward in the first half but began to get more involved as Villa pressed for a late winner.
K. El Ahmadi
The Morrocan looked to try and get forward and create goal scoring opportunities but had little impact on the game.
The 22-year-old was energetic in the first half, his drive helping Villa gain the upper hand. However, he soon faded in the second period and was replaced by Charles N'Zogbia.
The former Leeds man was slightly disappointing as he replaced the injured Stephen Ireland. Villa dominated the midfield in the opening 45 minutes but Delph could do little to prevent the home side being overrun for much of the second and was eventually replaced by Barry Bannan. Booked.
Forced two superb saves from Foster. Provided Villa with plenty of go forward in the first half but was restricted slightly in the second.
Was involved in the majority of Villa's forays into the West Brom area. Agbonlahor was a constant thorn in the Baggies' side and his pacy and direct running caused the visitors a myriad of problems.
The Belgian endured a frustrating afternoon, the former Genk striker wasting a number of promising opportunities and seeing a close range effort wonderfully blocked by Gabriel Tamas.
Produced two good saves in the first half to deny Holman but could do little about Bent's unstoppable equaliser.
Was caused some problems by Agbonlahor and Albrighton down the left hand side before being substituted right on half-time due to injury.
Defended well for the most part but almost cost his team a goal when he was dispossessed by Benteke. Produced a strong tackle in the last few minutes to stop Agbonlahor from going through on goal.
Defended excellently against a barrage of wide deliveries from the home side in the first half and his composure was key in preventing Villa from finding a winner.
The Macedonian was preferred to Liam Ridgewell at left-back and the decision was vindicated as Villa enjoyed little joy down that flank until very late in the game. A strong performance by the 27-year-old.
The Hungarian was magnificent in possession for the majority of the game and it was his through-ball to Morrison that led to the Baggies' opening goal.
Assured on the ball and used possession well, his partnership with Mulumbu ensuring that the Baggies were difficult to break down.
Looked to create chances and provide an extra man in attack in an encouraging first 40 minutes, however, he was subbed off a few minutes before the break with a hamstring injury.
Produced a superb shift to help the defence counter the threat provided by the home side time and time again. The Congo international also swung in an excellent cross for Shane Long's disallowed header.
Produced the telling cross for West Brom's opener, which capped a superb display from the Scotland international. The midfielder was involved in almost every attack and caused the Villa defence no end of problems.
Missed a gilt-edged chance as he headed wide from point-blank range but made amends in the second half as he prodded home Morrison's cross to give the Baggies the lead after earlier having a goal disallowed for offside. Substituted for Romelu Lukaku late in the second half.
Used the ball well and looked to get into the right areas, a well-placed cross almost delivering a late winner.
Was brought on in place of Albrighton and had more of an impact from an attacking sense as Villa pushed for a late winner.
The England international replaced the disappointing Benteke and he showed his goalscoring prowess, firing home a thunderous volley from close range to draw Villa level.
Replaced the injured Billy Jones in the second half and made a big impact, twice putting in superb blocks to deny the home side a certain goal. Booked.
The Scot linked up well with Gera and Morrison but did not create much in terms of goalscoring opportunities as he operated from a more withdrawn role in the midfield.
The Chelsea loanee showed just why he is rated so highly, the striker having an effort deflected just wide and forced Guzan into a strong save at the near post.