Plymouth Argyle v West Brom team news - seven out and one doubt

Latest injury and team news ahead of Plymouth Argyle vs West Brom - including an update on Adam Forshaw.

West Brom travel to Home Park to face Plymouth Argyle in a rearranged EFL Championship clash on Tuesday (February 20). The Baggies hope to pick themselves up after suffering defeat to Southampton on Friday night.

Manager Carlos Corberan was red carded for touching the ball when it hadn't gone out of play and that set the tone for the night. Ryan Fraser opened the scoring for the Saints and then David Brooks gave the away side the victory.

Tuesday's opponents Plymouth lost by the same scoreline but to Leeds United. Wilfried Gnonto broke the deadlock in the 10th minute and the game would be won by Georginio Rutter.

The Championship table still has West Brom on 52 points but now there are three teams; Coventry City, Norwich City and Hull City who are just a point behind them. West Brom will be motivated to win this fixture to restore a five-point lead over the chasing pack. Plymouth are 16th meanwhile and are five-points above the relegation zone after QPR defeated Bristol City at the weekend.

Plymouth haven't won against West Brom in the league in nearly 31-years. Their last victory came in April 1993 and in the five meetings since they've rawn two and lost five. West Brom's last two visits to Cornwall have seen them win twice, which is more than what they have managed in their last 13 trips.

The Baggies are decent in midweek and are unbeaten in their last three games during the week with their last success being against Cardiff City last week. Plymouth on the other hand have only won one of their last seven games in midweek in the second tier and their last win in a non-weekend fixture came against Sheffield Wednesday in October.

West Brom have had some rotten luck with injuries but thankfully nothing emerged from Friday's game. Here's the latest injury and team news ahead of the match with both teams missing players.

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