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West Brom wins 1st home game in 3 months in EPL
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WEST BROMWICH, England (AP) West Bromwich Albion won at home for the first time in three months when it outgunned Sunderland 4-0 in the English Premier League on Saturday.
Two weeks after its biggest away win of the season, 5-1 over Wolverhampton, West Brom scored twice in each half against Sunderland.
Peter Odemwingie, who scored a hat trick against Wolves, led off both halves with early goals.
James Morrison scored just before the break, and Keith Andrews, who made his debut against former club Wolves as a goal-scoring replacement, capped the scoring in injury time.
West Brom didn't concede a goal for the first time in two months.
Updated February 25, 2012