Newcastle 2-2 WBA

Peter Lovenkrands scored an emotional equaliser as Newcastle drew with West Brom and extended their lead at the top of the Championship to three points.
Jonas Olsson's neat finish from Graham Dorrans' cross gave the visitors the lead before a brilliant free-kick from Danny Guthrie levelled the score. 
Roman Bednar headed the Baggies back in front only 32 seconds after the break. 
But Lovenkrands, whose father died last week, headed home Jose Enrique's cross to claim a draw for the Magpies. 
The Danish striker was expected to miss the game to be with his family but opted to stay and play in memory of his father. 
And Newcastle fans will certainly be glad he did after his goal ensured their unbeaten home record in the Championship this season goes on. 
West Brom, who have not won at St James' Park since 1977, were the better side for long periods and manager Roberto Di Matteo will at least be glad to see a much-improved display from their defeat against Nottingham Forest 10 days ago.
The game was a Premier League fixture last season and the entertainment this time round was of top-flight rather than second-tier quality.

Newcastle manager Chris Hughton:
"Overall I thought it was a fair result and a very good game for the neutral. We showed a lot of character to come back twice from a goal down.
"The game became very open and it could have gone either way. 
"We should have had a penalty. The lad just goes across Andy (Carroll) and it was a blatant block. 
"Peter (Lovenkrands) wanted to play and for him to go and get a goal for us is superb. Great credit for him." 
West Brom manager Roberto Di Matteo:
"I think it was a good point for Newcastle. We should have probably won the game, I think we deserved the three points.
"I thought we were good in all departments. We scored good goals and created lots of chances. We just couldn't get a hold of the lead when we had one. 
"We thought we could win tonight and get something out of the game and it looked for a long time that we would win it."