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QPR midfielder set for West Brom medical on Friday

Will Sandro remain fit for West Brom? Credit: PA

West Brom have agreed a loan fee with QPR that would see Sandro move to the Hawthorns until the summer.

The Brazilian midfielder has been plagued by injuries since leaving Spurs for the Super Hoops in September 2014.

He is expected to undergo a medical in the West Midlands today and could be available for West Brom's Premier League fixture against Swansea on February 2nd.

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West Brom and Villa through to FA Cup fourth round

West Bromwich Albion's Salomon Rondon scores their only goal to secure their win in the FA Cup third round Credit: PA

West Bromwich Albion and Aston Villa are both through to the fourth round of the FA Cup after winning their third round replay ties tonight.

But Northampton Town are out of the competition after losing to Championship side MK Dons.

West Brom scored the only goal of their game, Salomon Rondon scoring to secure victory over Bristol City. They'll face Peterborough in the next round.

Aston Villa are also through after beating League Two side Wycombe and take on Manchester City in the fourth round.

Ben Foster could return for West Brom in FA Cup match

Foster has eight England caps Credit: David Davies / PA Wire/Press Association Images

West Brom's Ben Foster could return to action for the first team on Saturday, after recovery from a knee injury.

The 32-year-old goalkeeper managed to get 45 minutes under his belt for the Baggies' under-21s on Tuesday.

Foster, who damaged his cruciate knee ligaments during a game with Stoke City, hasn't featured for the Baggies since March 2015.

Hints were made by manager Tony Pulis that the England keeper could be involved in the FA Cup third-round tie against Bristol City this Saturday after revealing that Foster was back in training after playing in the under-21 game.

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West Brom and Spurs charged over player conduct

West Brom and Spurs players clashed on the pitch. Credit: Reuters

The Football Association has charged West Brom and Spurs for failing to control their players during their draw at the weekend.

With six minutes remaining of the 1-1 draw, Albion winger James McClean was booked for a foul on Spurs midfielder Mousa Dembele.

An on-field flash point ensued and referee Jonathan Moss was harangued by both sets of players, leading the FA to charge the clubs on Wednesday.

Both clubs have until 6pm on Friday to reply to the charge.

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