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Raphinha
S. Dallas
0 - 5
40'
Rodrigo
M. Klich
0 - 4
36'
J. Harrison
P. Bamford
0 - 3
31'
E. Alioski
Goal
0 - 2
9'
R. Sawyers
Own Goal
0 - 1

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Possession
24% 75%
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Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 1 6
Total Passes 238 762
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West Brom host Arsenal next, while Leeds travel to face Tottenham.
There goes the full-time whistle! Leeds romp to a big win at the Hawthorns and hit four in the first half courtesy of a Sawyers own-goal, an Alioski thunderbolt, a superb Harrison goal and a deflected Rodrigo strike before Raphinha added an outstanding fifth in the second period. West Brom were thoroughly outplayed and remain second bottom. It finishes 5-0 to Leeds! 
90' + 2' FULL-TIME: WEST BROM 0-5 LEEDS UNITED
90' Seven of Leeds' 10 starting outfield players have either scored or assisted against West Brom (Alioski, Harrison, Bamford, Rodrigo, Klich, Raphinha and Dallas), while this is the second time they've had as many players do so in a game this season (also seven against Newcastle).
88' Robinson has another go from outside the area as he's fed by Peltier, but it's blocked away this time.
86' Robinson is afforded a rare opportunity to break into space and run at the Leeds defence, but he swings wildly at the ball as he approaches the box and skews his shot high and wide of the target.
85' Just 16 games into the season, Leeds have both scored and conceded 30 league goals, the earliest a top-flight side has done so since Southampton in 1986-87 (30 goals, 35 conceded after 16 games).
83' Harrison fizzes two corners into the box that are both repelled, and the winger collects the second clearance before curling a superb ball to the back post, but Struijk just can't quite reach it!
Hélder Costa
Raphinha
81' Bielsa's final change sees Raphinha replaced on the right wing by Costa for the closing minutes of the contest.
79' BLOCK! Leeds slice through West Brom down the left and Harrison hits the byline before cutting back towards Bamford in the middle, but the striker's first-time effort takes a slight deflection that sends it just over the bar and behind for a corner!
77' OVER! Phillips takes a corner from the left and sends it towards Ayling at the near post, but the right-back's effort loops over the bar!
75' Leeds are just the fifth newly-promoted team to score five or more goals in a Premier League away game, while only one of these has netted more than five (Nottingham Forest 7-1 Sheffield Wednesday in 1995).
F. Krovinović
G. Diangana
72' Diangana makes way as Allardyce makes his third change, with Krovinovic coming on.
S. Dallas
Assist
72' Dallas was part of a wonderful, flowing move down the flank as his sharp passing and movement off the ball helped Leeds move up the pitch quickly.
Raphinha
Goal
72' GOAL!!! WHAT A STRIKE FROM RAPHINHA!!!! That's a beautiful goal! Leeds work the ball down the right with a superb set of one-twos and Raphinha glides effortlessly infield before blasting a thunderbolt of a strike into the top-left corner from the edge of the box! It's now 5-0 to Leeds!
Pablo Hernández
Rodrigo
70' Rodrigo is the next player to leave the field for Leeds, with fellow Spaniard Hernandez taking his place as the most advanced midfielder.
68' Ayling is guilty of allowing his concentration to slip as he passes straight out of play at the expense of a corner when looking to square for Meslier at the back, but Leeds successfully deal with the danger.
66' Robinson - now playing up front - tries to stretch the Leeds defence with a run in behind as Gallagher looks to find him, but the flag is up for offside.
63' The tempo of the game has dropped now and Leeds are working the ball around with ease. West Brom heads have dropped and the visitors are taking the opportunity to have a bit of a breather.
Matheus Pereira
K. Ahearne-Grant
61' Allardyce makes his second alteration of the game, bringing Pereira on for Grant and moving Robinson up front.
J. Shackleton
M. Klich
58' Bielsa makes a change in midfield now as he affords Klich some rest, with Shackleton replacing him.
56' CHANCE! Huge chance for West Brom! Leeds are a little casual as they play out from the back under pressure and Meslier's pass to the edge of the box is cut out by Diangana, who finds himself one-on-one! The young goalkeeper is sharp off his line, however, and charges the shot down to atone for his mistake! 
54' Bamford tries his luck from outside the box, but substitute Ivanovic gets his body in the way and sends the ball behind for a corner, which comes to nothing.
52' West Brom have a rare chance to attack as they win a corner, but it's completely wasted as Sawyers is penalised for a push in the box.
50' Diangana does well as Raphinha takes him on, holding off the Leeds winger before playing the ball out off him for a goal-kick. 
48' This is only the fourth time a team managed by Allardyce has shipped four first-half goals in a Premier League game, and first since Everton v Arsenal in February 2018. Can West Brom avoid further humiliation in the second half?
46' We're back underway for the second half!
B. Ivanović
M. Phillips
46' Allardyce makes a half-time change, swapping Phillips for an extra defender in Ivanovic and shifting to a back five.
It's been a dazzling display from Bielsa's men, who have thoroughly outplayed the hosts. Baggies boss Allardyce will no doubt be furious in the dressing room and will demand a far greater level of performance in the second half.
There goes the half-time whistle! Leeds put West Brom to the sword in that first half, firing four past the Baggies. Sawyers passed into his own net under pressure to open the scoring, Alioski hit a thunderbolt in off the post, Harrison thumped home a sumptuous third and Rodrigo saw a fourth deflect its way past a despairing Johnstone. It's 4-0 to Leeds at the break!
45' + 2' HALF-TIME: WEST BROM 0-4 LEEDS UNITED
45' SAVE! Raphina shifts sharply away from his marker and inside from the right wing before striking a firm, low strike from distance that Johnstone has to parry aside at full stretch! 
43' Leeds have scored four goals in the first half of a Premier League away game for the first time since November 2002 against West Ham.
E. Alioski
Yellow Card
41' Alioski clatters into Diangana out wide and earns himself the first yellow card of the game.
M. Klich
Assist
40' Klich's forward runs have caused problems for West Brom all game and his advanced position was perfect to collect the knockdown and set Rodrigo up for a shot.
Rodrigo
Goal
40' GOAL!!! IT'S 4-0 TO LEEDS!!!! Phillips plays a raking ball forward down the right and it's knocked down to Klich, who sweeps it across for Rodrigo. The Spaniard steers the ball at goal first-time, but it takes a deflection that wrong-foots Johnstone and it bounces into the net! 
38' OVER! West Brom throw bodies forward in desperation and lump it into the box, but Furlong can only lash over the bar on the volley under pressure!
P. Bamford
Assist
36' Bamford - so often Leeds' goalscorer this season - adds an assist to his tally with a classy touch to release Harrison into the box despite having his back to goal on the edge of the area.
J. Harrison
Goal
36' GOAL!!! HARRISON MAKES IT 3-0 TO LEEDS!!! This is turning into a rout! Harrison glides inside from the left and plays a neat one-two with Bamford to get into the centre of the box before turning Ajayi superbly and thumping a strike into the top-left corner!
33' Leeds have now scored 27 goals in the Premier League this season - the only newly-promoted team in the competition’s history to have netted more after 16 games of a season was Newcastle United in 1993-94 (31).
E. Alioski
Goal
31' GOAL!!! WHAT A HIT FROM ALIOSKI!!!! Leeds work the ball into space down the right and it's floated towards the run of Klich, but the cross is cut out and headed away. Alioski reacts first and races onto the loose ball just inside the box on the left before hitting an absolute peach of a strike in off the far post! It's 2-0 to Leeds now!
28' WIDE! Harrison holds the width on the left wing and receives a long diagonal before Klich's dummy run in behind creates space for him to cut inside. The winger reaches the edge of the box and takes on the shot as the angle opens up for him, but he fires wide of the far corner with his weaker right foot!
26' West Brom have looked to assert themselves more on proceedings since going behind, but Leeds are still completely dominating possession and dictating the game. The hosts just can't seem to keep the ball for an extended period.
24' Since the start of last season, no side in the top four tiers of English football has scored more own-goals in league competition than West Brom (seven, level with Southend United).
22' Phillips receives the ball in a pocket of space in the West Brom third and takes on a long-range strike, but Johnstone is able to save and hold on. It was a comfortable height for the goalkeeper.
20' West Brom craft their first real attack of the game as Furlong shows great strength to spin his marker before firing an excellent low cross into the middle that Dallas has to scramble behind for a corner.
17' West Brom are winless in their last 37 Premier League games when conceding the opening goal, with their last such victory coming back in February 2017 against Bournemouth. 
15' Leeds work it forward smoothly and Rodrigo is found with his back to goal on the edge of the box. He spins and takes on the shot, but it's charged down and blocked away.
13' Leeds continue to dominate the ball and look very comfortable in possession. West Brom are being stretched as the visitors make the pitch big and work the ball around.
11' West Brom have now conceded three own goals in the Premier League this season - the joint-most of any side.
R. Sawyers
Own Goal
9' OWN-GOAL!!! WHAT A HOWLER!!! Sawyers receives the ball just outside the box on the left and - as Rodrigo puts him under pressure - the midfielder turns and fires a low pass back towards his own net without looking. Johnstone had come off his line to provide a short option, however, and the goalkeeper is helpless to prevent the ball from rolling across the line! It's 1-0 to Leeds!
7' Harrison is released into the box with a ball over the top by Phillips and he takes his man on at the byline, but the flag goes up for offside. That was a very tight call.
5' Leeds have completely dominated the ball in the first few minutes of this one. West Brom have hardly strung two passes together.
3' Leeds start on the front foot and advance down the right before testing the West Brom defence with a couple of crosses, but the hosts deal comfortably with the threat this time.
1' We're underway at the Hawthorns!
West Brom have had just six shots in two Premier League games under Sam Allardyce so far – opponents Leeds have had 28 shots across their last two matches and have only failed to have at least six shots in one of their 116 games in all competitions under Bielsa (five against Millwall in October 2019).
Leeds have named an unchanged starting line-up for the fifth time in the Premier League this season - only Aston Villa have fielded an unchanged starting side as often.
Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa opts to make no changes, naming the same side that started in the 1-0 win over Burnley last time out. The Whites are in the middle of a defensive injury crisis, with Liam Cooper, Robin Koch, Diego Llorente and Gaetano Berardi all missing through injury, meaning 21-year-old Struijk is the only natural centre-half in the side this evening. Midfielder Adam Forshaw is also on the treatment table and misses out.
West Brom are almost entirely unchanged from their last outing as Allardyce keeps faith with the players that battled to a point against the reigning champions. Kieran Gibbs was set to start in what would have been an unchanged line-up, but had to be replaced by Peltier shortly before kick-off. Conor Townsend, Hal Robson-Kanu and former Leeds defender Kyle Bartley all miss out through injury, while Jake Livermore is suspended.
Leeds United substitutes: Pablo Hernandez, Leif Davis, Jack Jenkins, Oliver Casey, Helder Costa, Jamie Shackleton, Tyler Roberts, Kiko Casilla, Ian Poveda-Ocampo.
Leeds United XI (3-3-3-1): Illan Meslier; Luke Ayling, Kalvin Phillips, Pascal Struijk; Stuart Dallas, Mateusz Klich, Ezgjan Alioski; Raphinha, Rodrigo Moreno, Jack Harrison; Patrick Bamford.
West Brom substitutes: Charlie Austin, Kamil Grosicki, David Button, Filip Krovinovic, Matheus Pereira, Rekeem Harper, Branislav Ivanovic, Cedric Kipre.
West Brom XI (4-5-1): Sam Johnstone; Darnell Furlong, Semi Ajayi, Dara O'Shea, Lee Peltier; Callum Robinson, Matt Phillips, Romaine Sawyers, Conor Gallagher, Grady Diangana; Karlan Grant.
New West Brom boss Sam Allardyce will be hoping to build on the shock 1-1 draw his side claimed at Anfield in their last game as they host fellow newly-promoted opponents Leeds.
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