West Brom striker Hal Robson-Kanu will have fitness test ahead of tomorrow night’s clash with QPR, the Express & Star report.

The 29-year-old opened the scoring against Aston Villa at the weekend and with Dwight Gayle suspended after he was charged with diving, Darren Moore will hope to have the Welsh international available.

Robson-Kanu was forced off at half-time at Villa Park with an injury but he’s not been ruled out of Tuesday night’s game and the Express & Star think that he’ll be available for selection.

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Chris Brunt has missed the past three games with a calf strain but he could also be back in contention whilst Matt Phillips and James Morrison are both back in training and are pushing for a place on the bench.

Albion could move to within one point of the automatic promotion places if they can defeat a QPR side who are the most out of form side in the division, having lost their last six Championship games.

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