With the premier league season to start soon, Albion fans travel in huge numbers for the game against Coventry City. West Bromwich Albion will be backed by more than 4,000 traveling supporters when they make the short journey in the Midlands to Coventry City on Wednesday evening.
Albion and Carlos Corberan are hunting a sixth straight win, a result that, if they can secure it, will lift them toward the brink of the playoffs. Albion has beaten Blackpool, QPR, Stoke, Sunderland, and, this past weekend, Rotherham, to lift themselves remarkably out of the relegation zone and into the top six reckoning inside two months, one of which has included no football because of the World Cup.
Patched up Coventry chucked away three goals and two points on Saturday when falling to Swansea’s unforeseen comeback in the second half of their meeting at the CBS Arena, and now they play host to a rampant Albion who will be roared on by over 4,000 supporters in the rearranged fixture. That’s despite the Baggies fans having to fork out £33 for an adult ticket and £20 for a concessionary ticket, prices that have been criticized by home and away fans. Even though prices are a bit high, fans still want to see West Brom play well.
As a result, they are excited about the restart of the EFL and are hoping their team meets the expectations of the fans. With new signings being made by the club to strengthen the team, there is hype and belief among the fans. Although the road can be a bit tricky for West Brom with lots of away fixtures coming up, the club can take confidence from the fact that their fans are sure to be there to support them.