An instant return to the Premier League looks incredibly likely for West Brom, who are now second in the Championship table after their 4-1 win over Reading at the weekend.
Darren Moore’s men head into the international break with four wins in their last five league outings, as well as a good draw at Sheffield Wednesday, and look the real deal for promotion this term.
Albion are the top scorers in the division having netted a sensational 31 goals in their opening twelve league games, and they look like a really dangerous outfit as we approach the halfway point of the campaign.
The international break gives Moore the chance to reflect on what has been a tremendous opening couple of months of the season, but they aren’t the finished article just yet.
Here, we take a look at three things Moore will be mulling over about West Brom during the international break.
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