West Bromwich Albion take on Ipswich Town at Portman Road on Saturday lunchtime in the Sky Bet Championship (ko 12.30pm).
The Baggies, who head into the encounter high on confidence following their 1-0 victory over Birmingham City at The Hawthorns last weekend, will be looking to earn their first away win in 2024 having suffered three straight defeats on their travels.
Hosts Ipswich Town remain in the thick of an automatic promotion battle despite claiming maximum points in just one of their last eight matches in the second tier.
Carlos Corberán's men won the reverse fixture 2-0 back in the West Midlands in late November, with Darnell Furlong and Grady Diangana both on target.
Supporters can listen to live audio commentary of the Baggies' fixture with Ipswich.
Gez Mulholland and former Baggie Andy Johnson will provide live commentary from Portman Road, with coverage starting at 12.20pm.
Details for video streaming on WBA TV will be available here from Thursday afternoon onwards.
Supporters are kindly asked to direct any questions or complaints about WBA TV or WBA Radio to email@example.com.
Regular updates will also be posted across the club's social media channels throughout the day.
Despite only winning one of their last eight league games, Ipswich head into this weekend's encounter knowing they can climb back above both Leeds and Southampton into the automatic promotion places with a victory against the Baggies.
The Tractor Boys made a blistering start and occupied one of the top two places in the Championship for the majority of the campaign up until recently.
They've suffered back-to-back defeats at home to non-league Maidstone United in the Emirates FA Cup and away at Preston North End in the league - the first time they've lost two games in-a-row since October 2022.
Saturday's hosts will be glad to be back in action in front of their own supporters having lost just one of their 14 home matches in the Championship at Portman Road, with Ipswich last tasting a league defeat there way back in August.
Northern Irishman Kieran McKenna is the boss, and has been since December 2021. The 37-year-old former Manchester United assistant manager will take charge of his 116th Ipswich game this weekend, boasting a record of 64 victories and just 18 defeats.
One to remember
The Albion delivered a five-star showing in East Anglia in the Championship in October 2006.
Kevin Phillips scored a hat-trick and Diomansy Kamara bagged a brace on a super afternoon at Portman Road.
Supporters can watch the highlights below.
The last five
Albion 2-0 Ipswich Town
November 25 2023, Sky Bet Championship
Albion 1-1 Ipswich Town
March 9 2019, Sky Bet Championship
Ipswich Town 1-2 Albion
November 23 2018, Sky Bet Championship
Ipswich Town 1-0 Albion
December 1 2010, Carling Cup
Ipswich Town 1-1 Albion
January 26 2010, Coca-Cola Championship
Did you know?
Albion have only drawn one of their last 19 fixtures in all competitions.
That draw came shortly before Christmas, when Stoke City held Carlos Corberán's men to a 1-1 scoreline at The Hawthorns.
The Baggies haven't drawn any of their last 10 matches on their travels, with their last single point on the road coming at Watford in September (2-2).
In comparison, Ipswich have shared the points in five of their last eight Championship games, including three of the last four at Portman Road.
Tickets are on general sale for Albion’s Sky Bet Championship game at Ipswich Town.
The Baggies have been handed an allocation of 2,002.
In the Upper Tier Blocks V1 & V2, seats are priced £32 Adults, £25 Seniors (65+), £19 Under-23s and £10 Under-19s.
In Lower Tier Block S, tickets can be purchased for £28 Adults, £22 Seniors (65+), £18 Under-23s and £10 Under-19s.
A Wheelchair Bay costs £24 Adults, £21 Seniors (65+), £18 Under-23s, £10 Under-19s and £6 Under-12s.
Supporters can buy online here.
Please note, the game is all-ticket. There will be no sales on the day.
Albion will wear their lime green away kit at Ipswich on Saturday lunchtime.
The last time the Baggies donned those colours was in December up at the Stadium of Light for the fixture against Sunderland.