West Bromwich Albion have sealed promotion back to the Premier League as their 2-2 draw with QPR was enough to see them over the line.

Goals from Grady Diangana and Callum Robinson were enough to get Albion back to the top flight of English football after a two-year exile.

The Baggies’ boss Slaven Bilic was bold in making four changes to the side that lost 2-1 to Huddersfield with Darnell Furlong, Kyle Bartley, Filip Krovinovic and Robinson replacing Conor Townsend, Ahmed Hegazi, Matt Phillips and Charlie Austin.

The Baggies started brightly with Romaine Sawyers forcing Joe Lumley into a smart stop before Matheus Pereira fired over twice.

Rangers, who were mid-table and had nothing to play for, grew into the game and gave Albion a mighty scare by taking the lead in the 34th minute. Manning received the ball from 20 yards out and saw his original effort blocked by a combination of Bartley and Livermore, but it luckily fell back to him and he drilled the ball right into the far corner past a helpless Sam Johnstone.

The Baggies levelled things up though shortly before half time as Diangana drilled the ball through the legs of Lumley after some nice hold up play from Robinson.

Albion then turned the game on its head five minutes into the second half after some magical skill from Diangana got him away from two QPR men before he whipped a low cross into the box that was turned in by Callum Robinson.

The striker should have made it 3-1 after being slipped through by Livermore, but he curled it just wide of the near post and was made to pay when the visitors got back into the game. Barbet’s long ball was caught onto by Eze with O’Shea poorly positioned and he latched onto it to emphatically finish right in the top corner.

Filip Krovinovic then spurned a great chance as his first time effort was palmed away by Lumley from Austin’s pull back.

The draw didn’t matter in the end though as Brentford’s defeat to Barnsley meant a point was enough to seal Premier League football next season for Slaven Bilic’s men.

Here’s how we rated the WBA players in the 2-2 draw: