Semi Ajayi is sidelined with an ankle ligaments problem. (Image: Getty Images) Semi Ajayi is sidelined with an ankle ligaments problem. (Image: Getty Images)
Semi Ajayi is sidelined with an ankle ligaments problem. (Image: Getty Images)

West Brom v Hull City injury news as seven out and two doubts - gallery

Latest injury and team news ahead of the EFL Championship clash between West Brom and Hull City at The Hawthorn’s.

West Brom are back amongst their supporters as they host Hull City at the Hawthorn’s in an EFL Championship match that is played on Saturday, November 4 at 3.00 pm.

The Baggies play their second game of the week after defeating Coventry City 2-0 in front of the Sky Sports television cameras on Monday night. Grady Diangana and Brandon Thomas-Asante scored in either half to secure the win and got them into the Championship play-off places. Hull City were also victorious over the weekend and defeated Preston North End courtesy of a goal from former Aston Villa man Jaden Philogene.

Two places currently separate West Brom and Hull with a superior goal difference of plus four being the difference between the two sides. A win for West Brom this weekend could take them up to as high as third, and the same could be said should Hull secure a victory this weekend.

Injuries have really impacted what Carlos Corberan has been able to do over this latest block of fixtures but we’re now into the penultimate round of games before the international break. November’s international break has been made a period of time in which several players could return from their respective injuries.

In a positive bit of news, West Brom could call upon Brighton & Hove Albion loanee Jeremy Sarmiento who looks to have returned ahead of schedule. Hull also have a bit of good news with Liverpool loanee Tyler Morton expected to play a part for the Tigers at the weekend. Flick through to see the injury list of both West Brom and Hull City ahead of this weekends clash.

Two places currently separate West Brom and Hull with a superior goal difference of plus four being the difference between the two sides. A win for West Brom this weekend could take them up to as high as third, and the same could be said should Hull secure a victory this weekend.

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