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Match Previews

Manchester United v Albion match preview

14 April 2018

ALBION travel to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United this Sunday (ko 4.00pm).

The opposition 

United currently sit second in the Premier League table having accumulated 71 points from their 32 fixtures so far this season.

Jose Mourinho’s side have won their last five league games in a row, including a 3-2 victory over rivals Manchester City last time out.

Last time out

The most recent match between the two teams was in December when first half goals from Romelu Lukaku and Jesse Lingard were enough to hand the Red Devils a win despite Gareth Barry’s late strike.

The last meeting at Old Trafford, though, was a goalless draw in April 2017.

Ben Foster in action against his former team last season



  • The Baggies have lost just one of their last four away games to United (W2, D1, L1).
  • Allan Nyom’s next start will be his 50th in the PL for Albion.
  • Claudio Yacob is just one shy of 200 starts in all competitions for the Club.

Manchester United

  • United have kept the most clean sheets in the PL this campaign (16).
  • They have also scored the highest amount goals from outside the box in the division (13).
  • Alexis Sanchez, who was signed from Arsenal in January, has had a hand in four goals in his last two PL games (one goal, three assists).

From the archive

Here are the highlights from Albion’s last win over United, back in March 2016…

Head to head 

The overall head-to-head record sees United come out on top.

Of the 131 matches that have been played, Albion have won 43 times, there have been 32 draws and United have been victorious on 56 occasions.

Man in the middle

The referee for Saturday’s game is Paul Tierney, and he’ll be assisted by Richard West and Andy Garratt - with Mike Dean as the fourth official.

It’ll be the fourth time that Tierney has refereed Albion this season, having previously been in the middle for the goalless draws against West Ham and Liverpool as well as the defeat at Watford.

Ticket news

Tickets for the game are SOLD OUT.

Thank you once again for your tremendous support!

Follow the game

Comprehensive coverage of the clash with United is available in our Match Centre, where you can listen to free live commentary on WBA Radio or follow our live text feed.

WBA Radio is the only service that allows Baggies fans around the world - from Smethwick to the Sahara - access to uninterrupted live commentaries from every one of our competitive games. Join Gez Mulholland and Dave Bowler for Baggies-biased live commentary on Sunday.

You’ll also be able to find score updates on the club's social media channels.

Twitter - @WBA

Facebook - West Bromwich Albion

Instagram - wba

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Match Reports

Manchester United 0 Albion 1

15 April 2018

JAY Rodriguez headed a second-half winner to secure a 1-0 triumph over in-form Manchester United at Old Trafford - handing the Premier League title to rivals Manchester City.

Albion produced an organised, spirited and battling performance to shut out the hosts, who had won their last five successive league matches, and it was Rodriguez who nodded home the only goal of the game - his 11th of the season - in the 73rd minute.

The three points, Albion's first since mid-January, was deserved reward for first-team coach Darren Moore, who took charge of only his second first-team fixture against Jose Mourinho's side since being handed the reins last week.

It was Albion's third victory in their last five visits to United, tasting defeat only once in that period, and it proved enough to hand rivals City the league title.

Despite victory, Albion remain at the foot of the table heading into the final four matches of the season.

Mooro named an unchanged starting XI from the side who claimed a point against Swansea last weekend, although there was a place on the bench for fit-again Daniel Sturridge.

It was Albion who created the first clear-cut chance after 12 minutes, Rodriguez and Salomon Rondon combining to find Jake Livermore, who cut inside on to his left foot only to be denied low down by David De Gea.

The hosts saw penalty appeals waved away following Craig Dawson's challenge on Ander Herrera before Ben Foster spread himself well to deny former Baggies loanee Romelu Lukaku.

Albion stifled United throughout the first half and posed a threat themselves at the other end, Dawson's header back across goal from captain Chris Brunt's corner almost creating an opening just before the break.

Dawson made a crucial block at the start of the second half to deny United substitute Jesse Lingard.

Foster was then called upon to make a superb one-handed save in the 66th minute to keep out Lukaku's header as the hosts applied pressure in search of a breakthrough.

Lingard flashed an effort wide from distance before Albion silenced the home support.

Brunt's corner was headed back across goal by a combination of Dawson and Nemanja Matic and Rodriguez was on hand to head home from close range.

United looked to try and find an equaliser but the Baggies stood firm and claimed all the spoils.

ALBION: Foster, Nyom, Dawson, Hegazi, Gibbs, Phillips (Krychowiak 77), Livermore, Brunt (c) (Yacob 90+4), McClean, Rodriguez, Rondon (Sturridge 85).

Subs: Myhill, Gabr, Field, Burke.

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Ticket News

Manchester United sold out

10 April 2018

ALBION have now sold out their ticket allocation for Sunday's trip to Manchester United.

The Baggies travel to Old Trafford to take on Jose Mourinho's side in the Premier League encounter (ko 4pm).

Thank you for your fantastic support!

Coach travel remains available and is on offer for £16, departing Kidderminster at 11am, Stourbridge and Lye at 11.15am and The Hawthorns at 12pm.

Travel tickets can be bought online, in person from the East Stand Ticket Office or by calling 0121 227 2227.

Please note, bags larger than 20cm x 15cm x 5cm (8” x 6” x 2”) will not be permitted into the stadium.

All bags will be searched and items larger than the size criteria must be left at one of the ‘Bag Drop’ facilities, which are located near the ticket office (N1 car park) and in E2 car park.

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