West Bromwich Albion travel to QPR on Saturday afternoon for their first away game of 2022 (ko 3pm).
The two teams sit fourth and fifth in the Sky Bet Championship, with the Baggies one point and one place above this weekend's opponents.
Albion head to the capital having being knocked out of the Emirates FA Cup last weekend by Premier League Brighton, while Rangers needed a penalty shootout to edge past League One Rotherham United on home soil.
Saturday's clash is a key one for both teams as they look to claw back ground on the sides above them in the table in the hunt for promotion.
How to follow the game
Fans in the UK can listen to live Baggies-biased commentary from the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium from 2.45pm and then enjoy a full match replay on Sunday.
Current subscribers don’t need to do anything else but if you don’t have a seasonal or monthly subscription you can click here to buy a match pass for £2.50.
Supporters based outside of the UK and Republic of Ireland can watch the match live. Fans without a current subscription can buy a match pass for £10 here.
The game will be available to watch or listen live here from 2.45 on Saturday. Alternatively, open the free to download West Bromwich Albion app to follow.
QPR have enjoyed a successful first half of the 2021/22 Sky Bet Championship campaign.
Rangers sit fifth in the division ahead of this weekend’s round of fixtures, two points above Middlesbrough in seventh and just one behind the Baggies in fourth.
In their six seasons in the second tier since their relegation from the Premier League in 2014/15, QPR have only finished inside the top half twice – coming 12th in 2015/16 and ninth last term.
But supporters at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium believe this year could be very different under Mark Warburton.
The former Brentford, Rangers and Nottingham Forest boss was appointed in May 2019 and has put together a squad capable of challenging at the higher end of the Championship.
QPR will be hoping for a third consecutive league win on Saturday afternoon after away victories at Bristol City and then Birmingham City.
They have, however, lost their last two on home soil, suffering setbacks against Stoke and AFC Bournemouth without scoring.
The Baggies earned a dramatic 3-2 victory over QPR in February 2019.
Jefferson Montero put Albion in front but Luke Freeman levelled before the break. The Baggies restored their lead through Jacob Murphy, only for Tomer Hemed to equalise from the spot.
And with the game heading for a draw, Jake Livermore popped up in the right place at the right time to slot in a 90th-minute winner.
Did you know?
Rangers have four former Baggies in their ranks.
Charlie Austin and Sam Field are joined by ex-loanees Stefan Johansen and Chris Willock.
Away kit colours
Albion will wear their yellow third kit in the capital on Saturday. You can order it here.
LV BET's latest odds
Albion come in as the favourites at 5/4 (2.25) to win in west London.
In the last five meetings between the sides, the Baggies have scored 16 goals. We’ve got the away team to score over 1.5 goals at 6/5 (2.20) and a West Bromwich Albion win with over 2.5 total goals available at 37/10 (4.70).
Callum Robinson leads the LV BET goalscorer market at 19/10 (2.90) to get his third goal in as many games, with Karlan Grant at 21/10 (3.10) to get his 10th goal of the season.
Supporters attending Albion’s Sky Bet Championship fixture at QPR will be required to present an NHS COVID pass on entering the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
The UK Government has introduced measures which require everyone aged 18 and over - at sporting events with crowds of more than 10,000 people - to provide proof of double vaccination or a negative lateral flow test when entering stadia from Wednesday, December 15 onwards. Tests must have been undertaken no more than 48 hours prior to kick-off.
The legislation means all adults attending fixtures – both at The Hawthorns and at away stadia - will be required to present an NHS COVID pass on entry. Passes will be mandatory for as long as they are a legal requirement.
Fans are advised to download the NHS mobile app, if they have not already done so, to familiarise themselves with the relevant processes. For more information on the NHS app, click here.