For the second match in succession, Sheffield Wednesday will face the league leaders in a televised match at Hillsborough. Having held Leeds United to a draw on Friday evening, on Wednesday evening they face the side that replaced the Whites at the top of the table as the Baggies make the trip to South Yorkshire.
Albion recorded their first league win at Deepdale since 1959 to move to the top of the table as both Leeds United and Middlesbrough dropped points over the weekend.
Albion don’t really do regulation 2-0 wins at the moment, but that’s what we saw at the Hawthorns on Saturday moving the Baggies back into third place but now just a point behind the leaders.
After another glut of goals at the Hawthorns on Tuesday evening, Baggies fans will be hoping for another high scoring encounter on Saturday as Neil Harris’s Millwall side are the visitors looking for only their second league win of the season. The hosts, meanwhile, will be looking to make it six home wins on the… Continue reading Albion look to make it six in a row at the Hawthorns