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How to follow the Black Country derby

3rd May
Pereira celebrates

Albion v Wolves. The Black Country derby. A battle steeped in history.

The two sides will take to The Hawthorns pitch on Monday, May 3 (ko 6pm). 

With Albion joining in English football’s united boycott of social media to make a stand against online racism, the club’s social media channels will not provide match updates of the game.

But fear not. We’ve got you covered. Here’s how to follow Monday’s Black Country derby...

Listen for free on WBA Radio

Gez Mulholland will be joined by once midfield-now-microphone maestro Andy Johnson to provide proudly partisan commentary and an expert insight for WBA Radio.

You can hear a sample of the Baggies-biased duo in action in a recent victory against Southampton below.

To listen in, all you have to do is sign up for a free My Albion account.

If you haven't already you can create your My Albion account here. Click Create Account or register quickly with your Facebook or Google account. 

Live commentary starts from 15 minutes before kick-off and will be accessible through the Live Match Centre or WBA TV.

If you have any issues registering or accessing your My Albion account please contact myalbion@wbafc.co.uk.

Live Match Centre

You can follow the game for free via our Live Match Centre here.

If you keep up-to-date with the match this way, you can expect regular updates throughout the action, with pictures, goal graphics and live text updates of every talking point.

The Live Match Centre will be available from 4pm, two hours before kick-off, and will bring you the best of the build-up to the clash, with videos, quotes and more to get you in the mood to enjoy the Baggies taking on their local rivals.

The live match centre is free to follow and is available for every Albion first-team game.

The ‘West Bromwich Albion’ App

You can follow Monday’s derby clash on our app, ‘West Bromwich Albion'. You can download the app here, or find it by searching 'West Bromwich Albion' in the App Store.

The app has a link to WBA Radio's live commentary, and you can also follow the Live Match Centre via the app.

If you are out and about, but want to stay up-to-date with the latest from The Hawthorns, if you choose to allow notifications for the ‘West Brom’ app in your phone settings, then you will receive notifications of all the key moments throughout the game.