Half Time: Aberdeen 1-1 West BromBoth teams remained unchanged as they came out for the second half. Cosgrove had another half chance after some head tennis in the West Brom penalty area. The striker got on the end of Logan's nod across but could get his head over the ball and his effort sailed comfortably over the bar. Just after the hour mark, Darren Moore rung the changes in personnel. Michael Devlin went close with a header from a set piece but he couldn't divert his header on target. That was his last action of the tie before he was replaced by trialist Novak, and goalscorer Cosgrove was replaced by Stevie May. The tie continued to be played in a competitive manner, with both sets of players keen to impress the managers and the fans. Dean Campbell and Stephen Gleeson joined the action in place for Ball and Forrester who had both impressed. The Dons looked the more likely side to nick a winner as the game entered the final 10 minutes. Gleeson made an instant impact and nearly set up the winner. The number 8 whipped in a great ball in the direction of Graeme Shinnie who crept in at the back post. The Dons captain managed to get his head on the end of it but his effort was straight at substitute keeper Alex Palmer who did well to parry away and out of danger. Connor McLennan came on for a quick cameo in the last few minutes, replacing the excellent Lewis Ferguson. That was the last action of note and referee Willie Collum brought the game to a close. A draw was probably a fair result on the balance of play, with plenty of positives to take into Thursday's Europe League qualifier with Burnley.