West Bromwich Albion host Norwich City on Saturday evening in what will be the club's final home match of the regular Sky Bet Championship season (ko 5.30pm).
The Baggies will be looking to bounce back from consecutive league losses against Sunderland and Sheffield United, with a spot in the Play-Offs still achievable.
Visitors Norwich City are two places and one point behind Carlos Corberán's men in 11th position having not won any of their last four.
The reverse fixture at Carrow Road ended 1-1 in September, with Dara O'Shea on target for the Albion and Sam Byram finding the net for the Canaries.
Follow the game live
Supporters inside and outside the United Kingdom can listen to live commentary of Saturday's encounter on WBA Radio.
Regular duo Gez Mulholland and Andy Johnson will provide kick-by-kick coverage from The Hawthorns. Audio passes are available to buy here for £2.50.
Updates will also be posted across the club's social media channels throughout the afternoon and evening.
Just like Albion, Norwich City know six points from their final two matches is a must if they're to stand a realistic chance of finishing inside the top six.
The Canaries are three points off the pace heading into the penultimate weekend of the 2022/23 campaign - one which has ultimately been a very disappointing one for the 2018/19 and 2020/21 Sky Bet Championship winners.
They started the season as one of the favourites to win promotion back to the Premier League following their relegation last term, but things have not worked out as well as Saturday's guests would have liked and they're now in real danger of missing out on the top six.
Norwich haven't won any of their last four games and have tasted victory in just one of their last nine league fixtures. It's a run which has severely damaged their Play-Off aspirations and they'll know defeat at The Hawthorns will see those hopes ended.
Former Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner is the man in charge and has been since January, replacing Dean Smith who was dismissed in December.
He's won seven, lost seven and drawn five of his 19 matches in charge of the Canaries.
From the Albion Archive
One of the club's most famous goals came against Norwich City way back in 1982.
The legendary Cyrille Regis fired in an absolute beauty from distance to knock the Canaries out of the FA Cup at The Hawthorns.
It was an effort which won the Goal of the Season award that year.
You can watch it below.
One for the stattos
Both Albion and Norwich City have four wins each from the last 10 meetings.
The Baggies last beat the Canaries in August 2018, securing three Sky Bet Championship points thanks to a thrilling 4-3 victory at Carrow Road.
Norwich's last triumph over Albion was in a Premier League clash in March 2016, when Robbie Brady's strike in the second 45 was enough to seal the win.
The last two matches between the sides have ended 1-1.