West Brom continue their promotion run-in by welcoming Hull City to The Hawthorns this Sunday.
The Baggies emerged victorious at Hillsborough on Wednesday – that was a big win, which has given Albion something on which to build in their final half a dozen matches which stand between themselves and a return to the top flight.
The Tigers, meanwhile, need the points for a different reason – they’re looking to stay in the second tier, and they posted an important win at home to Middlesbrough on Thursday.
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Can I watch the game?
Albion’s third game since the restart will be their first game not televised by Sky Sports.
The draw at Blues and the defeat at Brentford were both broadcasted live on Sky, but Albion fans will have to seek out iFollow if they wish to catch coverage of this game.
For Albion season ticket holders who didn’t claim a refund, or e-voucher, on the remaining home games they aren’t able to attend, they were provided with an iFollow code in order to watch the Baggies’ matches.
Albion fans who aren’t season ticket holders can still watch the match live via iFollow, however; matches, accessed via the club’s official website, cost £10 a fixture.
You can view the various packages and subscribe in time for the game by clicking here.
iFollow also offers supporters the chance to listen to the game without paying the full amount to view it live.
You can pay £2.50 to hear Albion-biased coverage from The Hawthorns, while BBC Radio WM will also be in attendance at the match and providing localised coverage, too.
BirminghamLive will be there too and providing you build-up and reaction throughout the evening.
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The man in the middle
The man in the middle is Oliver Langford, from the West Midlands.
Langford has dished out 115 yellow cards and four red cards in 29 matches he’s officiated this term.
Two of those matches have involved Albion – both of them 1-0 away wins – against Middlesbrough and Preston.
Spanning those two matches, Langford booked Semi Ajayi, Nathan Ferguson, Ahmed Hegazi, Charlie Austin and Jake Livermore.
As things stand, Albion are comfortably the favourites with the bookmakers.
Sky Bet have them at 4/11 to do the business, while Hull are a lengthy 7/1. The draw is 19/5.