West Brom team news v Barnsley: Kyle Bartley out with ankle injury
West Brom will face Barnsley in their final Championship game of the season on Saturday (7 May) at The Hawthorns.
Ahead of the match, Steve Bruce has confirmed, as relayed by The Atheltic journalist, Steve Madeley, that the Baggies will be without Kyle Bartley and Conor Townsend for this game with injuries.
Bartley has twisted his ankle and he will undergo a scan on Friday (6 May).
Madeley wrote on Twitter: “Team news from Steve Bruce. Kyle Bartley will miss tomorrow after badly twisting his ankle. Scan results (are) due today.
Conor Townsend (is) also out of the Barnsley game.”
Get a win
The Baggies must look to end the season on a high against Barnsley who are relegated to League One.
This has been a disastrous campaign for West Brom, and they need to build from scratch to challenge for promotion again next season.
The club must look to end the season on a high and give the fans something to cheer about.
West Brom have picked up two wins and a draw in their last four games. They are heading into this game on the back of a 1-0 win against Reading.
All eyes will be on Bruce and how the Baggies approach the summer transfer window.
Bruce has made it clear in several interviews that he will make a wholesome change to the squad, with lots of players likely to leave.
He is particularly keen on exploring the loan market and buying players for free. It could be a busy summer transfer window for the club, and it will be nice to end the season on a positive note.
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