A Romelu Lukaku hat-trick sees West Bromwich Albion come back from 5-2 down to draw 5-5 with Man Utd on Sir Alex Ferguson's final game.
Sir Alex Ferguson was denied a winning send off into retirement as West Brom snatched a draw in a 10-goal thriller
Norwich confirmed their Barclays Premier League survival with an emphatic victory over West Brom at Carrow Road
New Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho dealt a blow to West Bromwich Albion by confirming he expects striker Romelu Lukaku to be part of his first team plans next season.
Lukaku was West Brom's top goal scorer while on loan with them last season with 17 goals in 35 league appearances.
In his first press conference since rejoining the London club, Mourinho said Lukaku "was ready to come and be part of the [Chelsea] squad" next season.
Retired footballer, Neil Clements, who played for West Brom until 2010, has been banned from horse racing for over 15 years.
Clements, who joined Albion in 2000, has also been told to pay £3,000 in fines.
The British Horseracing Authority found him in breach of three rules:
- Conspiring to commit a corrupt or fraudulent practice
- Placing a lay bet on a horse which he then owned
- Failure to provide phone records
West Bromwich Albion say they will be reprinting the special edition matchday programme for the match against Manchester United which will go on sale on the club's website and store.
They say that at 144 pages it is the biggest programme ever produced by a club for a domestic fixture in England.
West Brom's Steve Clarke spoke to the fans following their thrilling 5-5 draw with Man Utd.
Clarke thanked them for their support after the Baggies finished 8th in the Premier League.
West Bromwich Albion are preparing to host Sir Alex Ferguson's final match as manager of Manchester United.
Albion manager Steve Clarke says his side are determined to ensure the match is "not just a party" for the Scot.
More than 20,000 programmes have been printed for the game (compared with 6,000 in previous games).
West Bromwich Albion's programme designers say there has been a huge interest in the match-day programme for what will be Sir Alex Ferguson's last ever game as Manchester Utd manager.
Jeremy Pitt says DesignerBP are making 20,000 copies instead of the usual 6,000.
West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Clarke says his side are not getting swept away by their match against Manchester Utd being Sir Alex Ferguson's last game.