Is Cardiff City vs West Brom on TV tonight? How to watch Championship clash, KO time & team news

Everything you need to know ahead of Cardiff City vs West Brom
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West Brom could make it three wins from three tonight as they take on Cardiff City in Wales. The Baggies have one each of their previous two Championship matches 1-0 and currently sit eighth in the league table.

Carlos Corberan’s side could move within a point of the play-off spots if they beat the Bluebirds, though they would be relying on Reading and Huddersfield Town to beat Blackburn Rovers and Norwich City respectively.

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West Brom will certainly be confident of winning their own game though, with Cardiff currently only three points above the relegation zone. However, their form looks to have improved ever so slightly over the past month, having taken maximum points from their last two matches on home soil.

Here is everything you need to know about tonight’s game...

When is Cardiff City vs West Brom?

West Brom will travel to Wales this evening (Wednesday 15 March) for a clash at the Cardiff City Stadium. The Championship meeting is scheduled to kick off at 7:45pm.

Is Cardiff City vs West Brom on TV?

Cardiff vs West Brom won’t be shown on the ‘standard’ TV channels but will instead be available for those with a Sky Sports membership on the Sky Sports Football Red Button. You can also watch the match on your computer, tablet or mobile device via the Sky Sports app.

Cardiff City

Cardiff City will be without former West Brom forward Callum Robinson this evening as he remains sidelined with a hamstring injury that he picked up last month. The 28-year-old made the move from The Hawthorns in September and has impressed for the Bluebirds, bagging eleven goal contributions in 22 appearances.

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Meanwhile, Rohan Luthra will replace Jak Alnwick in between the sticks after the latter was shown a straight red card during their defeat to Preston North End at the weekend. Joe Ralls and Connor Wickham were absent last time out and remain doubts for tonight, while Cedric Kipre is ineligible to face his parent club.

West Brom

West Brom will remain without Grady Diangana who will endure a lengthy spell on the sidelines as he undergoes surgery on a foot injury. Marc Albrighton could look to retain his place from Adam Reach in the squad, while Tom Rogic will be pushing for his first start since sustaining a hamstring problem in January.

The Baggies are also without their first-choice keeper as Josh Griffiths remains in net with Alex Palmer likely to return to full fitness after the international break. Kyle Bartley could also be available for selection next month.

While Matt Phillips and Karlan Grant also remain in the treatment room, there is hope that Brandon Thomas-Asante could return after missing the previous three matches.

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