West Brom travel to Sheffield Wednesday in midweek looking to put an end to their poor restart to the Championship campaign.
The Baggies lost top spot over the weekend after losing at Brentford and having to watch Leeds sweep aside Fulham easily on Saturday.
Both games after the restart have been shown on Sky Sports, but Wednesday’s trip to Hillsborough will not be broadcasted on the same channels.
The only way to watch the full clash in South Yorkshire is through the club’s iFollow service on Wednesday evening.
Certain Albion fans would have selected the refund options on their season tickets which allows them to watch each remaining game for free.
If they didn’t select that option, or for non-season ticket holders, they will need to spend £10 to purchase a matchday pass.
If fans don’t want to spend that much, the only other way to get their taste of action if to listen to the game for £2.50 or just tune into BBC Radio West Midlands.
It is certainly quickly becoming a must-win game for the Baggies after they have failed to win a Championship clash in their last four.
The trip to Wednesday could have even more pressure behind it, with Brentford, Fulham and Leeds all playing the night before on Tuesday.
Should they all win, Leeds could be six-points ahead and Brentford could cut the gap to third to only two points, pressure that must see Albion thrive.
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