Albion will be looking to secure their first win under new boss Carlos Corberán when they host Sheffield United at The Hawthorns on Saturday afternoon (ko 12.30pm).
The Baggies appointed the former Huddersfield Town boss as head coach earlier this week, and the Spaniard will be hoping to make an impact against the high-flying Blades during his first game at the helm.
Albion return to B71 looking to improve a run of one win from the last three games, while their South Yorkshire opponents earned a point in their previous league encounter at Norwich City, with Ben Osborn and Ollie McBurnie cancelling out Teemu Pukki's first-half brace to ensure the game ended level.
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Listen to every kick of Albion’s clash with the Blades with a WBA TV Matchday audio pass.
WBA Radio duo Gez Mulholland and Andy Johnson will provide live commentary from The Hawthorns. Audio passes can be purchased for £2.50 by clicking here.
Live updates will also be posted across the club's social media channels throughout the afternoon.
Sheffield United will be hoping to arrest their poor form of late with a result at The Hawthorns, having failed to win any of their last six Sky Bet Championship fixtures.
Previously seeing themselves atop the league table, they now sit fifth, four points behind first placed QPR.
Paul Heckingbottom's side certainly know how to find the back of the net, though, having scored the second-highest number of goals across the division so far this campaign with 26 - just three fewer than Burnley.
A win on Saturday afternoon could keep the Blades in touching distance of the automatic promotion places, and ensure they remain in the top six.
From the Albion Archive
Albion put in a stunning showing last season against Sheffield United at The Hawthorns, running away 4-0 winners.
A Jack Robinson own goal got Albion going, before strikes from Dara O'Shea, Alex Mowatt and Callum Robinson capped off a fine display in front of a jubilant home crowd.
Corberán will be hoping for a similar performance in his first game in the dugout.
One for the stattos
Albion have lost just one of the last six meetings between the sides at B71, scoring nine times and conceding just twice over those fixtures.
The clash almost always delivers goals, with the sides playing out just one 0-0 draw since the year 2000. That game came in February 2008, with former Baggies boss Bryan Robson in the dugout for the game against the Blades.
The Fan Zone will be open from 9.15am until 12.15pm and will be free to enter with a match ticket.
Supporters will be able to take advantage of free face painting, with live acts on stage including the acoustic band, Honey.
Former Albion man Ray Wilson will also take part in a Q&A session with fans.
Tickets for Saturday's game remain on general sale.
Due to industrial action by members of Unite union, West Midlands Metro is planning to operate a reduced timetable on the day of the fixture.
Fans are warned that there will be no Metro services after 5pm. Between 8.30am-5pm, trams will operate up to every 15 minutes between Wolverhampton St George’s and Bull Street only.
Supporters should expect their journey to The Hawthorns to be busier than usual and to leave more time for their journey.
Rail and bus options remain available.