Albion have handed development squad midfielder Yaser Kasim a chance to shine in League One.

The former Tottenham youngster starts in midfield in the season-ending clash at Notts County today.

Casper Ankergren returns from injury in goal.

Top scorer Glenn Murray and player of the year Adam El-Abd are both out injured.

Albion come into the game long since confirmed as champions but County need a win to make sure of survival without depending on favours elsewhere.

If the Magpies drop points they will have to hope Walsall and Dagenham do not pull off shock wins at Southampton and Peterborough respectively.

Albion are expected to be backed by about 3,000 travelling fans, some of them in fancy dress, today.

While they are in carefree mood, home supporters could face a tense afternoon.

County would be safe already had they not conceded an equaliser deep into stoppage time in their most recent home game, a 1-1 draw with Brentford.

Notts County: Nelson; Pearce, Edwards, Sodje, Thompson; Westcarr, Bishop, Spicer, Judge; Hughes, Hawley. Subs: Burch, Darby, Lee, Chilvers, Harley, Demba-Nyren, Burgess.

Albion: Ankergren; Calderon, Greer, Elphick, Painter; Bridcutt, Kasim, Sparrow, Bennett; Barnes, Wood. Subs: Brezovan, Navarro, Hart, Dicker, Agdestein, Noone, Dunk.

Referee: Simon Hooper (Wiltshire).