Is Derby vs West Brom on TV? Channel, live stream, kick-off time, and team news for Championship final day

DERBY head into the final day with their fate in their own hands as they look to reach the Championship play-offs.

The Rams drew 1-1 with Swansea in midweek to move a point ahead of seventh-placed Middlesbrough going into Sunday's showdown.

And in what could be a good omen, they face West Brom, who were their opponents last time they got promoted at Wembley in 2007.

The visiting Baggies are already guaranteed a play-off spot and a home second leg, but the opposition they will face has yet to be confirmed.

They are likely to face rivals Aston Villa but know if they win and Leeds lose, they will instead face whoever comes 6th out of Derby, Middlesbrough and Bristol City.

When is Derby vs West Brom?

Derby will face West Brom on Sunday, May 5.

Like all of the Championship final day games, the match will kick off at 12.30pm.

The game will be played at Pride Park.


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What TV channel is Derby vs West Brom on and can I live stream it?

Derby vs West Brom will be Sky Sports' feature game on the Championship final day, being shown live on Sky Sports Football.

The first half will also be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event.

If you're not a Sky subscriber, you can still watch on your mobile, tablet, PC or TV box by purchasing a NOW TV pass from just £8.99.

You can also follow all the action on the SunSport LIVE BLOG.

Team news

Derby are likely to be without Craig Bryson and Ashley Cole, both of whom did not feature at Swansea.

Duane Holmes did not make the squad in Wales but could return for the game against the Baggies.

Marcus Olsson and Andy King have returned to training but are not yet ready to feature, while Craig Forsyth and Curtis Davies are long-term absences.

Jake Livermore and James Morrison are the main injury doubts for West Brom and are unlikely to be risked if they are not fully fit, with the play-offs to come.

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