Baggies braced for Spurs showdown (8pm ko)
TICKETS will be on sale to Albion supporters until 12noon today (Monday) for this evening's Barclays Premier League clash against Tottenham Hotspur.
Seats are on general sale for Baggies fans to purchase via the club's ticket office until midday, with tickets for the fixture priced at £37 adults, £22 seniors (65+) and £20 juniors (under 18).
Albion go into the encounter (8pm ko) having lost just one of their last five trips to White Hart Lane, and targeting back-to-back wins there after James Morrison headed the only goal to secure a 1-0 triumph in north London last season.
It was the club's first victory at Spurs since 1984, when the Baggies went six league matches unbeaten at the Lane, winning four of those between 1979-84.
Tony Pulis' 14th-placed side are currently four points shy of last season's total of 44 as they travel to second-placed Tottenham, with the two sides sharing a 1-1 draw at The Hawthorns earlier this term.
The Baggies head coach has called upon Albion to turn it on tonight and make life hard for the Premier League title challengers, who stand eight points behind leaders Leicester with four matches remaining.
Albion go into the game on the back of Thursday night's 2-0 defeat at Arsenal, yet can take confidence from positive results already this season at the likes of Stamford Bridge, Anfield, Goodison Park and the King Power Stadium.
To read Pulis' pre-match thoughts, click here.