THREE Albion players are in yellow peril as they try to get to Wembley.

Bruno, Dale Stephens and Jurgen Locadia are all a booking away from missing out on an FA Cup semi-final.

The trio will be walking a Wembley tightrope in Sunday’s quarter-final against Millwall at The Den (2pm).

They could fall victim to controversial new rules introduced this season.

Cautions are specific to the competition in which they are incurred.

Two yellow cards in the FA Cup mean an automatic one-match ban.

Albion midfielder Yves Bissouma is suspended from Sunday’s tie for that reason.

Bruno, Stephens and Locadia are on the brink after a booking apiece so far.

The slate is wiped clean at the quarter-final stage, so players are not at risk of a ban from the final.

Bruno, Stephens and Locadia are all likely to be involved in the matchday squad against Millwall.

Club captain and right-back Bruno, 38, has led the side in all four FA Cup ties this season.

Premier League mainstay Stephens will be needed with Bissouma ruled out and Pascal Gross (hamstring) doubtful.

Dutchman Locadia, on target in round five against Derby, also comes into the equation as an attacking option with Florin Andone (thigh/groin) another major doubt.