Also known as The Baggies/Throstles/Albion
Ground The Hawthorns
  • CAPACITY 28,003
  • LENGTH 115 yards
  • WIDTH 75 yards
Manager Tony Pulis
TEAM GAMES WON LOST DRAWN
West Brom 22 10 7 5
C Palace 28 12 11 5
Stoke 333 122 113 98
Plymouth 39 12 12 15
Stoke 131 47 52 32
Portsmouth 35 11 14 10
Bristol C 33 10 9 14
Gillingham 216 94 60 62
Bournemouth 107 31 38 38
Year Formed 1878
Chairman Jeremy Peace
Address The Hawthorns
  Halfords Lane
  West Bromwich, West Mids.
Post Code B71 4LF
Website www.wba.co.uk
P W D L GD Pts
11 Everton 38 12 11 15 -2 47
12 West Ham 38 12 11 15 -3 47
13 West Brom 38 11 11 16 -13 44
14 Leicester 38 11 8 19 -9 41
15 Newcastle 38 10 9 19 -23 39
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Match in Focus

15:00 TODAY SS1

Middlesbro v Norwich

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Alex Neil has a win percentage of 66.67 since taking over at Norwich
Expert verdict
The Wembley battle to secure a place in the Premier League should be a typically tight game and that suits patient, well-organised Middlesbrough slightly better. However, Norwich showed in their semi-final against fierce rivals Ipswich that they can handle the anxiety that surrounds fixtures such as this and City's extra goalscoring prowess can get them promoted.