West Brom will look to maintain their good form when they take on Bristol City at Ashton Gate tomorrow.
Even though the Baggies conceded a last minute equaliser against Nottingham Forest in their previous game to draw 2-2, they head into this clash with real momentum, having picked up ten points from a possible 12 this month.
As a result, they are seven points clear of third place going into the fixtures over the next few days and automatic promotion looks like a real possibility.
And, boss Slaven Bilic has revealed more good news in the build up to this fixture as the injury situation at The Hawthorns is easing somewhat.
Whilst Nathan Ferguson is likely to miss the rest of the campaign, it’s unlikely he would have featured anyway.
Therefore, the only significant absence for the Baggies right now is Grady Diangana, with the Express & Star revealing that he is expected to return to help Albion’s promotion push in around three weeks.
The positive news for the Championship leaders came after the same report revealed that Gareth Barry and Kieran Gibbs are now back involved with the group.
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However, the trip to Bristol may come too soon for the pair after Bilic revealed they were set to play for the U23 side earlier this week but that fixture was called off due to the weather.
So, they may have to wait to get more minutes under their belt before they are considered for the first-team, particularly with those in the XI right now performing well.