Next up for the Baggies in the Sky Bet Championship is a trip to play-off rivals Watford on Monday night (ko 8pm).
Both teams were denied three points in their most recent fixtures, with Albion conceding a late equaliser at home to Blackburn and the Hornets shipping an injury-time leveller at leaders Burnley.
Monday's fixture will see West Bromwich Albion reunited with former boss Slaven Bilic, who helped guide the club to Premier League promotion by finishing second in 2019/20.
Bilic has been in charge at Vicarage Road since September and has Watford fighting for a spot in the top six.
Follow the game live
Albion supporters inside and outside the United Kingdom can listen to live audio commentary of Albion's clash with Watford on WBA Radio.
Regular commentators Gez Mulholland and Andy Johnson will keep Baggies fans up to speed with all of the action at Vicarage Road.
Live updates will also be posted across the club's social media channels throughout the evening.
There'll be a familiar face in the opposition dugout on Monday night at Vicarage Road.
Slaven Bilic, who won promotion to the Premier League with Albion in 2019/20, is tasked with repeating the same trick at Watford this term.
The Croatian was appointed in late September after Rob Edwards was dismissed and he's kept the Hornets in play-off contention during his time in Hertfordshire.
They've stuttered recently though, heading into the clash with the Baggies having drawn three on the bounce and without a win in their last five league games.
Watford have plenty of individual quality within their squad and they'll still fancy their chances of making an immediate return to the top flight via the play-off route.
Their home form is mixed, winning one, losing one and drawing three of their last five games at the Vic. The Hornets have earned seven victories from their 15 matches in front of their own supporters so far this campaign, drawing four and losing four.
From the Albion Archive
Albion secured a 3-0 win over the Hornets at Vicarage Road in the Championship in November 2007.
Ishmael Miller, Kevin Phillips and Martin Albrechtsen all found the net on a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon for the Baggies.
Watch the highlights below.
One for the stattos
The Baggies will be hoping to end Watford's four-game unbeaten run against them at Vicarage Road on Monday.
Two of the last four meetings at the home of the Hornets have been won by Watford, with the other two ending in draws.
Albion have failed to score in all of their last three visits, with their last triumph in Hertfordshire coming back November 2007.
Colours for the road
The Baggies will wear their home kit on Monday night.
The last time Albion wore navy blue-and-white stripes on the road was at Norwich City in September, a contest which finished 1-1.
Tickets remain on general sale for Albion's trip south.