When? Saturday 24th February, 15:00 (UK)
Where? The Hawthorns
What channel is it on? West Brom vs Huddersfield will not be televised live in the UK
Are tickets still available?
Huddersfield – SOLD OUT
Where can I stream the match? N/A
Last five meetings: Huddersfield W2, West Brom W2, D1
Premier League meetings: West Brom W1
All-time meetings: Huddersfield W25, West Brom W28, D17
Predicted line-up: Foster; Dawson, Hegazi, Evans, Nyom; Phillips, Barry, Yacob, Brunt; Rodriguez, Rondon
Unavailable: Morrison (Injured), Chadli (Injured), Sturridge (Injured)
Doubtful: Robson-Kanu (Injured), Livermore (Injured), Gibbs (Illness)
Predicted line-up: Lossl; Smith, Schindler, Jorgensen, Lowe; Hogg, Billing; Ince, Pritchard, Van La Parra; Mounie
Unavailable: Stankovic (Injured), Kachunga (Injured), Mooy (Injured)
Doubtful: Lowe (Injured), Hefele (Injured)
Huddersfield's impressive win over Bournemouth in their last Premier League outing saw them move out of the bottom three, however there is only a point between them and the relegation zone and every fixture that they play between now and the end of the season is going to have a bearing as to whether they beat the drop come May.
This weekend they play host to a West Brom side who are at the foot of the table and are now six points from safety. Quite simply, Alan Pardew’s men need to find a win if they are not to be cast adrift at the bottom. Both sides have only won once in their last six league outings, something that alludes to the fact that it could be honours even at the Hawthorns this Saturday.
The only previous Premier League outing between these two clubs was back in November 2017 with the John Smith’s Stadium being the setting. Their was only one goal in the game and it was scored by Huddersfield’s Rajiv van La Parra whose goal just before the break gave the home side all three points.