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West Brom debrief: Key point, Yokuslu question and Thomas-Asante option

If Albion reach the play-offs at the end of the season - there will be certain key results that will be flagged up.

Grady Diangana and Brandon Thomas-Asante (Photo by Malcolm Couzens - WBA/West Bromwich Albion FC via Getty Images).

One of those could end up being the draw at Millwall on Good Friday.

Less than vintage and not fantastic on the eye. It wasn't a performance that will be remembered into the future.

But the point it garnered might be.

Jonny Drury takes a look at a few key points to come from the draw at The Den.

A number on Albion

At Huddersfield a few weeks ago the first half display was woeful.

Yes, the home side played well but Albion were so short of their best and devoid of quality.

That wasn't always the case at The Den.

They did lack quality there is no question about that, but for me it was more of the Millwall game plan stifling Albion than anything else.

Carlos Corberan said they tried but they couldn't create.