Albion will NOT face Graham Potter when they go to Chelsea this month after the head coach was sacked.

The former Albion boss has been axed after just under seven months in charge.

Bruno will take charge as interim head coach, with Chelsea set to host Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night before travelling to Wolves next weekend.

Chelsea paid Albion £21.5 for the services of Potter and his coaching team.

The move appeared to be part of a long-term vision at Stamford Bridge.

But Potter has been given minimal time to put plans into operation, despite progress in the Champions League.

A club statement read: “Chelsea FC has announced that Graham Potter has departed the club. Graham has agreed to collaborate with the club to facilitate a smooth transition.

“In his time with the club, Graham has taken us to the quarter-final of the Champions League, where we will face Real Madrid. Chelsea would like to thank Graham for all his efforts and contribution and wish him well for the future.”