Confidence is sky high at West Brom at the moment, with the Baggies enjoying a solid start to the Championship campaign.
Darren Moore’s men head into this weekend’s clash against Millwall off the back of a 4-2 midweek win over Bristol City.
This weekend they welcome Millwall to the Hawthorns, with Neil Harris’ men likely to provide another stern test for West Brom.
This is the team that we think Moore could use on Saturday afternoon.
Predicted West Brom XI: Millwall (H)
GK - Sam Johnstone
Johnstone keeps his place in goal as the club’s number one. He’ll be aiming for a clean sheet at the Hawthorns.
CB - Craig Dawson
Dawson was up there among the best performers against Bristol City and looks to have nailed down a place in the back three after a tricky summer at West Brom.
CB - Ahmed Hegazi
Looked a little ropey at the back but provides a lot of experience and leadership qualities to the squad, so is expected to keep his place in the team.
CB - Kyle Bartley
Bartley was not at his best against Bristol City and would have been disappointed to concede twice, but is likely to stay in the team.
RM - Matt Phillips
Phillips keeps his place out wide and he will be looking to get back among the goals over the weekend. Provides a lot of quality for Moore’s side.
CM - Gareth Barry
There may be some West Brom fans that still have not forgiven him for his antics last season, but he remains a class act on the pitch.
Rolled back the years with a solid showing midweek and could keep his place in the team.
CM - Jake Livermore
Looked very strong in midfielder during the midweek game against Bristol City, partly because of the man he had beside him.
Barry’s extra protection in midfield allowed him to move further forward and take up more advanced positions.
LM - Kieran Gibbs
Keeps his place in the side after coming in during the week.
Provides lots of energy down the left, with added defensive capabilities too.
CAM - Harvey Barnes
West Brom fans will be wary that the midfielder doesn’t play too well going forward, with Leicester City boss Claude Puel confirming he’ll consider recalling him in January.
He stole the show against Bristol City once again and Moore will be hoping for a similar performance on Saturday.
ST - Dwight Gayle
Gayle is one half of what appears to be one of the most potent strike forces in the division at the moment.
Proving to be a real threat for Moore’s side after joining in the summer.
ST - Jay Rodriguez
Rodriguez keeps his place alongside Gayle, with his undeniable quality shining through in the Championship.
One of the first names on the team sheet for West Brom, especially after another two goals during the week.
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