West Brom will be keen to advance through to the second round of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday evening as they welcome Luton Town to the Hawthorns.
The Baggies have overseen a hectic start to the new season, with the club having already played three games in the Championship.
Nevertheless, the League Cup fixture against Luton is sure to hand Baggies boss Darren Moore a welcome opportunity to rotate his side, with West Brom in with a strong chance of progressing to the next round of the competition.
Off the back of a dramatic 4-3 win at Norwich City in the Championship on Saturday, West Brom are sure to be full of confidence heading into this fixture.
So, who will be lining up for West Brom as they take on Luton? We’ve had a go at predicting the line-up ahead of Tuesday night.
Myhill looks set to come in for his first appearance of the season.
West Brom are keen to land a right-back on loan in the immediate future, but Townsend is likely to get the nod on Tuesday.
The promising loanee is likely to get the chance to shine in central defence.
Bartley is likely to start next to the youngster in central defence.
Gibbs could keep his place out on the left-hand side.
Burke is set to be handed a chance to impress on the right flank.
Harper could be given a chance to impress in the middle of the park.
Field is another youngster who appears to be set for a start against Luton.
Barry is likely to be fit for this one and will look to provide experience in the middle.
Out on the left wing, Leko could be given the nod.
Robson-Kanu is likely to lead the line.