By Jack Cunningham

8th Sep, 2021 | 2:10pm

West Brom star Callum Robinson set to return against Millwall

West Brom star Callum Robinson is set to return for the Baggies against Millwall this weekend, according to the Birmingham Mail.

They claim that the 26-year-old forward has overcome Covid because he played for the Republic of Ireland in this international break.

Robinson has started the season in fine form with three goals and one assist from his opening four league games, so this is a big boost for the Baggies.

Huge news for West Brom.

The Baggies just managed to scrape past Peterborough United in the last fixture before the international break, but they clearly missed Robinson.

This season, the former Sheffield United forward has been a livewire, and he should add an extra dimension to the Baggies’ attack this weekend.

Robinson has been described as “wonderful” by Don Goodman in the past, and it is great to see him back and raring to go for the Baggies as they look to continue their excellent start [Sky Sports 06/08/2021].

With Robinson in the team, Valerien Ismael’s side have scored nine goals, compared to only one without, so he will make a difference, and we are looking forward to seeing him back in action.

The 26-year-old looks sharp this season, and if the Baggies are to be promoted, you would have to think that he is going to play a major role.

Albion’s top goalscorer this season looks set to spearhead their push for automatic promotion, especially given the failure to splash out on a new centre-forward in the summer.

In other West Brom news, Scott McTominay has sent one Baggies star a message on Instagram.