The wait for football is finally over!

After a three month absence, West Bromwich Albion will be given the opportunity, on the pitch, to finish what they started and get themselves promoted back to the Premier League.

The last time Albion played a competitive league match was a 0-0 draw against Swansea City back in March, a result which saw the Baggies slip to second place, six points clear of third-place Fulham.

The Baggies were set to meet with Midlands rivals Birmingham City the following week at The Hawthorns, but the season was halted due to the pandemic.

This time around, things will be very different as the remainder of the campaign will be played behind closed doors but with or without fans, Albion will have their sights on picking up from where they left off as they look to revive a brilliant campaign under Slaven Bilic.

It will be an important first match back to try and steer clear in the race for automatic promotion, as Brentford and Fulham will lock horns earlier in the day at Craven Cottage.

In terms of team news, the only injury in the Albion camp is that of Nathan Ferguson who continues his recovery from a knee injury. Other than that, Bilic has a fully fit squad to choose from.

Here’s how we think WBA will lineup on Saturday afternoon: