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Striker Peter Crouch applauds the supporters

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09:00 9th May 2014

Stats and facts ahead of this weekend's game

CROUCH'S CENTURY // If selected, Peter Crouch will make his 100th Premier League appearance in the red and white stripes.

TOP TEN // Barring a massive swing in goal difference + both West Bromwich Albion and Crystal Palace winning on Sunday, Stoke City will secure a first-ever Premier League top ten finish.

CLOUD NINE // The Potters could earn ninth if they win and Newcastle United lose to Liverpool at Anfield.

PROGRESSION // A victory over the Baggies will mean the Club have reached the 50-point mark for the first ever time in the Premier League, whilst a draw will also help them achieve a record points haul.

ONE MORE WIN // A defeat of Pepe Mel's side will equal the most amount of wins in a Premier League season (14 from 2010/11).

ONE MORE GOAL // If Stoke find the back of the net on Sunday, they will surpass highest ever Premier League away goals tally of 16.

GOALS GALORE // Four goals at the Hawthorns will mean the Potters have scored a record amount of 48 in the Premier League since promotion in 2008.

HAPPY HUNTING GROUND // Stoke have won five and drew one of the last six games away to West Brom, with no goals conceded in the last four trips.

IN THE BAG // Stoke have failed to beat West Brom in only one season (1997/98) during the last 25 years.

MIDLANDS MASTERS // Whatever the result, Mark Hughes' men are the highest placed team in the Midlands for the first time in its history and 125 years of League football.

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