West Bromwich Albion face Tottenham Hotspur this weekend and are, somehow, still within reach of Premier League safety.

The upturn in form since caretaker boss Darren Moore took the reigns means the Baggies could take it to the final day, a feat many thoughts was nowhere near achievable when Alan Pardew was in charge.

Moore has collected eight points from his four games in charge, and last weekend, masterminded a 1-0 victory against Newcastle United.

Matt Phillips goal was enough to take the three points at St. James’ Park and means West Brom are now only four points off 18th placed Southampton, although the Saints do have a game in hand.

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As for their opponents, Spurs will be in search of the points in order to hold off Chelsea in the race for the top four.

Dele Alli and Harry Kane gave the three points against Watford on Monday night.

The Baggies managed to hold Spurs at Wembley earlier this season, as Salomon Rondon opened the scoring before Harry Kane equalised with 15 minutes remaining.

This is how we expect West Brom to line up this weekend…

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