Derby vs West Brom: How to watch, live stream, kick-off time & team news
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West Bromwich Albion’s win over the Tigers was the first time they’d scored five goals in a game since their staggering 5-2 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in April 2021, and with five different goalscorers in the game (Elder og, Swift, Furlong, Grant and O’Shea), there’s room for optimism as they face a side from a lower tier.
West Brom beat Sheffield United 1-0 in Round One to progress to this round of the competition, with Karlan Grant scoring the only goal of the game. Meanwhile, Derby come into the game after two consecutive goalless draws, away against both Shrewsbury and Fleetwood respectively.
The Rams sit in eighth place in League One in their first season in the third tier since 1986. Here’s all you need to know ahead of the match, including how to watch the game, the kick-off time and all the latest team news.
Team news ahead of Derby vs West Brom
Both teams are expected to make changes from their latest league match for this encounter.
West Brom will still be without Daryl Dike due to a thigh injury, but are otherwise fully fit.
Derby will be without West Ham loanee goalkeeper Joseph Anang due to an arm injury suffered in training, according to manager Liam Rosenior.
Joe Wildsmith is expected to continue in goal.
Can I watch Derby vs West Brom on TV, and when is kick-off?
Unfortunately this game has not been selected for TV coverage, but you can purchase a match pass on the Derby County website ahead of kick off at 7:45pm.
Highlights of all of the second round ties will be available on ITV4 on Wednesday 24th August at 10:30pm, and will be available for catch up on ITV Hub for 30 days afterwards.
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