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West Brom v Derby County: How to watch, live stream & TV channel

Fans, and neutrals, will be watching on with interest as Albion welcome the Rams to The Hawthorns

West Bromwich Albion welcome Derby County to The Hawthorns on Tuesday evening as the latest round of Championship fixtures gets underway.

Albion are top of the league and remain unbeaten after the first half dozen matches of Valerien Ismael’s regime, but they’ll need to up their performance levels after a disappointing draw with Millwall on Saturday, a point which was married with a lacklustre display.

Derby, meanwhile, have posted just the one win in their first six matches and although they were comfortably beaten by Birmingham City on Friday night, they’ve been rather tight at the back.

Wayne Rooney’s side will deal with Albion’s pressing style, having adopted a passing game, of which mistakes at the back cost them at St Andrew’s.

Here is how you can follow the game.

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When is the game?

The game at The Hawthorns takes place on Tuesday September 14, with kick-off at 8pm.

What channel is Albion v Derby on?

The match will be on Sky Sports Football (403) via their red button service, along with a number of other Championship midweek games. Coverage of the main game, which is Bournemouth v QPR, begins at 7pm.

READ: Ismael has a new riddle that must be solved against Derby

READ: Diangana substitution explained by Ismael after Millwall draw

How else can I access it?

You don't need to have a Sky subscription in order to watch games live.

Sky have the Now TV option, which is a platform that enables you to access their range of channels, including sports, for 24 hours at a time. That costs £9.99 in a one-off payment. You can watch Now TV using the official app or online via your phone, laptop or tablet.

Alternatively, Sky customers have the Sky Go option - you can stream all shows that you're eligible to watch while you're out and about.

How else can I follow the game?

BBC WM Sport will be providing commentary with a local flavour, while BirminghamLive will be there too. You can follow Joe Chapman on Twitter @ChapmanJ92 for regular updates and reaction.

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