For Manchester City - Gabriel Jesus (27)Kevin de Bruyne(29) and Yaya Toure(57)
For WBA - Hal Robson-Kanu (87)
Manchester City clinched an emphatic win over West Brom to move back up to third place in the Premier League with one game remaining.
A point in their final game at Watford on Sunday will now be enough to guarantee Pep Guardiola's side a place in the top four and Champions League football, while a win would see them finish third and go straight into the group stage.
Manchester City are now unbeaten in their last 12 Premier League home games, their longest run without defeat in the competition since a run of 37 home games from December 2010-December 2012 under Roberto Mancini.
Defeat for West Brom means they will not be able to equal or better their previous best points haul in a Premier League season, which was 49 in 2012-13.
No midfielder has been involved in more Premier League goals than Kevin de Bruyne in 2016-17. His figure of 22 (six goals and 16 assists) is level with Swansea's Gylfi Sigurdsson and Tottenham's Dele Alli.
Gabriel Jesus has now scored six goals and provided assists for a further three in only seven Premier League starts for Manchester City.
The Brazilian is averaging a goal or an assist every 62 minutes in the league this season, the best ratio of any player in the competition (minimum 500 minutes played).
Pablo Zabaleta made his 117th and final Premier League appearance at Etihad Stadium, the most of any outfield player for City