Norwich City (H) – March 19
Their most recent 1-0 Premier League win over Everton has certainly lifted a huge sigh of relief around The Hawthorns concerning any relegation fears, but West Brom are certainly not out of the woods yet. However all three points against a struggling Norwich City side who have lost five of their last six outings will once again ease any significant worries.
Sunderland (A) – April 2
Then we roll into April, where the Baggies head north to visit the Stadium of Light and second-bottom Sunderland. With the Black Cats firmly in a relegation battle at the foot of the table, even just walking away with a point from Sunderland could prove pivotal for Tony Pulis’ visitors.
AFC Bournemouth (A) – May 7
And lastly; but not least, on the penultimate weekend of the 2015/16 season, again either a draw, or ideally a win, should seal West Brom mathematical safety this campaign, if they already hadn’t before their trek down to the south coast. The Baggies then entertain Liverpool in the Midlands on the final day eight days later.