West Brom have returned to the Premier League after Wednesday’s 2-2 draw with QPR.
Here, the PA news agency looks at five crucial games in their promotion bid.
West Brom 5-1 Swansea, December 8
The Baggies blew the Swans away in a display of pure swagger as they reclaimed top spot from Leeds.
Matheus Pereira was the architect scoring once and setting up the other four for Semi Ajayi, Hal Robson-Kanu, Matt Phillips and Kyle Edwards.
It was a sixth successive win and sent out a serious promotion warning to their rivals.
Millwall 0-2 West Brom, February 9
The Baggies had just ended a run of seven winless league games by dispatching Luton but a trip to The Den was a tougher proposition.
In the middle of Storm Ciara Albion completely put their bad run to bed as they outfought and outworked the Lions.
Filip Krovinovic scored just before half-time and Dara O’Shea netted with six minutes remaining to get the squad firmly back on track.
Bristol City 0-3 West Brom, February 22
Albion played some of their best football of the season in their comfortable win at Ashton Gate.
Callum Robinson and Hal Robson-Kanu put them 2-0 up before half-time in a dominant display.
It was not all plain sailing as Romaine Sawyers was sent off in the second half but within two minutes Robson-Kanu added a third to end any worries.
Sheffield Wednesday 0-3 West Brom, July 1
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Having lost 1-0 to Brentford in their previous outing and drawn 0-0 with Birmingham after returning from lockdown Albion needed a win.
Charlie Austin’s penalty eight minutes before the break set the Baggies on the way to their first win in five games.
Pereira’s second-half double wrapped it up as the Baggies got back to winning ways.
West Brom 2-0 Derby, July 8
The pressure was on following Brentford’s 2-1 win over Charlton the day before left them just a point behind second-placed Albion.
Grady Dianagana’s early opener settled the nerves and the Baggies produced and accomplished and professional performance which was wrapped up by Dara O’Shea’s second-half header.
It helped Derby were so limp but Bilic’s side delivered when the stakes were high.
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