Is West Brom vs QPR on TV today? KO time, team news, predicted line-ups and how to watch Championship fixture

Everything you need to know ahead of West Brom vs QPR
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West Brom will continue their bid for a spot in the Championship play-offs as they host QPR this afternoon. The Baggies currently sit six points behind sixth place.

Carlos Corberan’s side have seen their form improve massively following the Spaniard’s arrival in October, however they are currently searching for their first win in over a month and head into today’s clash off the back of a disappointing 3-1 defeat to Rotherham United. With a game in hand over most of the top half, West Brom could find themselves within touching distance of the play-offs in the coming weeks.

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They will definitely be confident of taking all three points against QPR, who are yet to impress under Gareth Ainsworth. The London outfit had previously been fighting for promotion until Michael Beale left to join Rangers and they now sit only one point above the drop. The Hoops have now only won one of their last 17 matches in the Championship.

Here is everything you need to know about the match...

When is West Brom vs QPR?

West Brom will host QPR this afternoon (Monday April 10) and will kick off at 3pm. It is one of a whole round of Championship fixtures taking place on the Bank Holiday Monday.

Is West Brom vs QPR on TV?

Yes, West Brom vs QPR will be broadcast via the Sky Sports Red Button today. Sky Sports members are able to watch this on their TV, however it will be unavailable to access through Sky Go.

NOW TV members can also access Sky Sports Red Button, though only if you pay for the membership monthly - a day pass won’t allow you to watch the Red Button. A monthly pass will cost you £21 per month.

Team news

West Brom

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West Brom have suffered a huge injury blow ahead of tonight’s match at The Hawthorns, with Corberan confirming that Adam Reach will be out for ‘eight to ten weeks’. The winger picked up an injury in training prior to the Rotherham defeat and will now be sidelined for the remainder of the campaign.

The news comes shortly after Dara O’Shea and Jayson Molumby picked up lengthy injuries while on international duty, with the former also not returning until next season. Meanwhile, Grady Diangana, Matt Phillips and Alex Palmer also remain as long-term absentees, while Okay Yokuslu is also in the treatment room after missing out on the trip to Rotherham on Friday.

Predicted line-up: Griffiths; Furlong, Bartley, Pieters, Townsend; Chalobah, Rogic; Wallace, Swift, Albrighton; Dike


Osman Kakay is continuing his recovery from a knee injury and remains on the sidelines, while Sinclair Armstrong and Tim Iroegbunam could miss out after picking up knocks on international duty.

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Jake Clarke-Salter is also out due to a calf injury, while Tyler Roberts is back with the matchday squad after being out of action for over two months. However, the West Brom academy product is likely to be fit to start against his former club.

Predicted line-up: Dieng; Dickie, Dunne, Balogun; Laird, Amos, Field, Paal; Chair; Lowe, Dykes

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