Date:Saturday March 24 2007
The club are to hand fans up to 40 free places on the supporters coach in honour of their fantastic support throughout this season.
West Bromwich Albion fans have been handed an allocation of 2,000 tickets in the Jarrold Stand and are priced at £26 adults, £10 seniors and students and £12 for under-12's.
Previously this season the club have made the same gesture of awarding fans with free travel against Premiership clubs Wigan Athletic, Middlesbrough and West Ham United as well as a Championship clash with Sunderland - winning all but one of these five meetings.
Albion chairman Jeremy Peace said: 'The supporters have been brilliant on our away trips this season.
'The backing they have given the team is appreciated by everyone at the club - particularly the manager and players.
'As a thank you to the travelling fans we are laying on free coaches to a game for the fifth successive season.'
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