SAINTS could move a step closer to the Premier League when they travel to The Hawthorns to meet West Brom in the first leg of their playoff semi-final.

Russell Martin's side have already beaten the Baggies twice this season and go into the game full of confidence after a morale-boosting victory at Leeds United on the Championship final day.

West Brom ended a run of three matches without a win against Preston North End in their final game of the regular season.

Here is how you can watch and follow all the action from the Hawthorns, on Sunday, May 12...

How can I watch it on TV?

TV coverage of the match is scheduled to start at 2pm on the Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football channels - with the kick-off at 2:15pm.

The game follows the other Championship playoff semi-final between Norwich City and Leeds United with coverage of that match scheduled to start at 11am for a 12:30pm kick-off.

You can also watch the match if you purchase a Now TV sports pass. A day pass currently costs £14.99, while a month pass costs £26.

How do I listen?

The club's official channel, Saints Play, will provide audio commentary of the game for a fee with a monthly pass currently set at £4.49.

Local listeners will also be able to catch the game through radio commentary on BBC Radio Solent on DAB or 96.1MHz.

Can I follow for free on Daily Echo?

As always, we will run a live blog from The Hawthorns, offering you quick updates and filling you in on everything that happens before, during, and after the game.

Check back into the Saints tab on the Daily Echo website for updates from this week's press conference with Russell Martin right up to Sunday evening.