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Tuesday 20th February 2024 -  19:45
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Plymouth Argyle & WBA badges on the home kit match preview graphic with an image of Jed Wallace pointing directly at the camera while wearing the home shirt

West Bromwich Albion make the 402-mile round trip to Plymouth Argyle in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday night (ko 7.45pm).

Both teams will be looking for an instant reply to 2-0 home defeats in the second tier over the weekend, with the Baggies slipping to a setback against Southampton and Argyle losing to Leeds United.

The reverse fixture ended goalless in October at The Hawthorns.

Tuesday's encounter will be the first competitive meeting between the two clubs at Home Park since February 6 2010 - over 14 years ago.

A general view of Home Park Stadium
The Baggies are heading down to Devon on Tuesday night

Follow the fixture live

Supporters can listen to live audio commentary of the Baggies' battle with Plymouth.

Gez Mulholland and former Baggie Andy Johnson will provide live commentary from Home Park, with coverage starting at 7.35pm.

Audio passes are available to purchase here.

Details for video streaming on WBA TV will be available here from Monday afternoon onwards.

Supporters are kindly asked to direct any questions or complaints about WBA TV or WBA Radio to wbatvsupport@streamamg.com.

The club are unable to answer queries about WBA TV or WBA Radio sent to fans@wbafc.co.uk or myalbion@wbafc.co.uk.

Regular updates will also be posted across the club's social media channels throughout the night.

WBA TV matchday information graphic featuring Brandon Thomas-Asante cheering and Jed Wallace throwing popcorn.

The opponents

The 2022/23 Sky Bet League One champions Plymouth Argyle have a very clear target this season - to retain their Sky Bet Championship status.

The Pilgrims are competing in the second tier of English football once again having spent the last 13 years in the lower leagues of the EFL. 

They head into Tuesday's tussle with Carlos Corberán's men sat 16th in the standings, but only five points clear of the danger zone with 14 matches still be to be contested. 

Their Home Park form could play a crucial role in keeping them in the division. Plymouth would be 10th if the Championship was based on home results alone, with the Devon club claiming eight victories and suffering just four defeats from their 16 games in front of their own supporters. 

They score plenty of goals too. Only third-placed Southampton have scored more goals on home soil than Plymouth's 38.

Ian Foster is their head coach. He was appointed in early January following the departure of Steven Schumacher to Stoke. The 47-year-old was Steven Gerrard's assistant at Saudi Arabian club Al-Ettifaq and also worked for the Football Association with a number of different age groups. 

He's won two, drawn three and lost three of his first eight encounters in charge.

Plymouth players celebrating a goal scored at Home Park
Plymouth have secured plenty of victories and scored an impressive number of goals at Home Park

One to remember

Albion claimed a 1-0 win at Home Park the last time they visited in a competitive game.

Simon Cox's second-half strike secured all three Championship points back in February 2010.

Supporters can watch the highlights below.

The last five

Albion 0-0 Plymouth Argyle

October 21 2023, Sky Bet Championship


Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Albion

February 6 2010, Coca-Cola Championship


Albion 3-1 Plymouth Argyle 

September 12 2009, Coca-Cola Championship


Albion 3-0 Plymouth Argyle

March 1 2008, Coca-Cola Championship


Plymouth Argyle 1-2 Albion

November 28, 2007, Coca-Cola Championship

Nathaniel Chalobah attempting to win the ball against Plymouth at The Hawthorns
The two teams couldn't be separated in the reverse fixture

Did you know?

Albion have the opportunity to go eight games unbeaten against Plymouth Argyle in midweek.

The Baggies have won five of the last seven and haven't tasted a defeat in this fixture since a 5-2 reverse at The Hawthorns in April 1993.

Diomansy Kamara scoring a penalty against Plymouth in 2007
Diomansy Kamara bagged a brace when the Baggies beat the Pilgrims at The Hawthorns in 2007

Ticket details

A limited amount of tickets remain on general sale for Albion's Sky Bet Championship trip to Plymouth Argyle.

The Baggies visit Home Park on Tuesday, February 20 (ko 7.45pm) and have been given an allocation of 1,192.

There will be no sales on the night.

Seats are priced £26 Adults, £21 Over-65s, £16 Under-23s, £10 Under-18s, £7 Under-14s* and £2 Under-8s*.

For wheelchair users, entry is priced £17 Adults, £14 Over-65s, £11 Under-23s and £6 Under-18s.

Click here to buy.

Coach Travel

Coach travel is available for £30, departing Kidderminster at 12:30pm, Stourbridge & Lye at 12:45pm, and The Hawthorns at 1:30pm.

A ticket graphic displaying information for Albion's game at Plymouth

Travel colours

The Baggies will be in their home kit at Home Park on Tuesday night.

The last time Carlos Corberán's men wore navy-blue-and-white on their travels was at Middlesbrough two days before Christmas.

Buy the 2023/24 home shirt here.

Andi Weimann pointing with both hands towards the camera and smiling while wearing a home shirt
Andi Weimann sporting the home shirt

Mikey Johnston and his team mates celebrate a goal at Plymouth

Albion recorded a fantastic, well-earned 3-0 win at Plymouth Argyle on Tuesday evening.

Goals in a sensational second half from Cedric Kipre, Mikey Johnston and Tom Fellows were enough to grab the Baggies all three Sky Bet Championship points in Devon.

Carlos Corberán’s men - who remain fifth - are back in action this Saturday lunchtime with a trip to Hull City.

Darnell Furlong and Conor Townsend celebrate Cedric Kipre's goal at Plymouth

The head coach made three changes from Albion’s last outing, bringing in Nathaniel Chalobah, Andi Weimann and Fellows.

And the visitors almost made the perfect start when Alex Mowatt drove forward and shot - seeing his deflected attempt kiss the base of the post.

Adam Randell did strike narrowly wide down the other end for Plymouth, yet it was Corberán’s men who looked more likely to find an opener.

Their best two chances before half-time both fell to Weimann, the attacker first forcing Conor Hazard into a good save after hitting a powerful volley, then watching on as his superb goal-bound volley was cleared by an Argyle defender.

An image of Andi Weimann shooting against Plymouth

Following that goalless first period, Albion immediately set about trying to force a breakthrough - and it nearly came within two minutes of the restart. Tom Fellows played an excellent through-ball and Weimann raced clear, only to finish inches past the far corner.

They soon went even closer as Chalobah’s lay-off gave Jed Wallace an opportunity to shoot, but his effort crashed against the post and crawled agonisingly across the goal-line.

Finally, though, the opener arrived - and it was via an unlikely source. A dangerous corner caused chaos in the area, eventually enabling Kipre to fire home and put Albion one-up.

An image of Cedric Kipre scoring against Plymouth

The Baggies were in the groove and doubled their advantage 14 minutes from time. Substitute Johnston cut inside, beat a Plymouth player and curled a wonderful effort past Hazard, sparking relief and celebration among the 1,150 travelling supporters.

An image of Mikey Johnston and Jed Wallace celebrating a goal

The scoreline was then rounded-off in stoppage time by Fellows, the young winger converting at close-range after Hazard parried Johnston’s initial shot and securing an impressive result.


Albion: Palmer; Furlong (Ajayi 82), Kipre, Pieters, Townsend; Chalobah (Yokuslu 66), Mowatt (Reach 82); Wallace, Swift (Diangana), Fellows; Weimann (Johnston 72).

Substitutes: Griffiths, Pipa, Malcolm, Marshall.