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.
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.
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 email@example.com.
Regular updates will also be posted across the club's social media channels throughout the night.
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.
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
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.
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.
Coach travel is available for £30, departing Kidderminster at 12:30pm, Stourbridge & Lye at 12:45pm, and The Hawthorns at 1:30pm.
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.