There is no let up for West Brom with the football scheduling hitting a busy period this week.
West Brom welcome Premier League Crystal Palace to the Hawthorns on Tuesday night in the Carabao Cup.
The Baggies will be hoping to reach the next round of the competition with a win, carrying over some of their impressive league form.
With changes likely, we’ve looked at the XI that Darren Moore could name on Tuesday night.
Predicted West Brom XI: Crystal Palace (H)
GK - Boaz Myhill
Myhill comes into the squad to replace number one shot-stopper Sam Johnstone.
CB - Tosin Adarabioyo
Tosin Adarabioyo has struggled to break into the West Brom side, with Darren Moore settling on a back three.
He’ll get a chance to prove his worth once again.
CB - Ahmed Hegazi
Hegazi provides some continuity and some much-needed experience to what will be a young West Brom side.
CB - Sam Field
Sam Field comes back into the defence. Moore has experimented with Field in defence on a number of occasions this season.
His technical ability will allow the Baggies to be comfortable on the ball in defence.
RM - Kyle Edwards
Edwards offers plenty of pace out wide and is more of a naturally defensive option on the right when compared to Matt Phillips.
CM - Gareth Barry
Like Hegazi, Barry will bring valuable experience to guide the Baggies through the game against tough Premier League opposition. He’s impressed when Moore has utilised him this season.
CM - Rekeem Harper
Alongside Barry, Rekeem Harper could partner the former Everton man.
Moore will be keen to hand out minutes where possible in the cup competitions.
LM - Conor Townsend
Townsend has impressed when given the chance after joining West Brom this summer.
He gets another chance to showcase what he can do, with Kieran Gibbs likely to be rested.
CAM - Wes Hoolahan
Wes Hoolahan comes into the side for Harvey Barnes, with Moore ready to utilise his squad while keeping one eye on their run in the league.
ST - Oliver Burke
Both through the change of system and the form of Dwight Gayle and Jay Rodriguez, Oliver Burke has found regular game time hard to come by.
A good performance on Tuesday night will put him right back in contention.
ST - Jonathan Leko
With both Rodriguez and Gayle unlikely to be risked from the start, Leko comes in as a makeshift striker to partner Burke up front.
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