West Brom will be looking to continue their push for promotion this weekend when they face Middlesbrough at home.
The Baggies have been in strong recent form and head into this fixture on the back of a 2-0 win away at Bolton Wanderers in the Championship and a 0-0 draw at Brighton and Hove Albion in the FA Cup.
Darren Moore oversaw a busy transfer window at the club, with deadline day bringing the loan signings of Stefan Johansen, Jacob Murphy and Jefferson Montero.
Middlesbrough did not make a signing on the final day of January but remain a well-drilled outfit and one that West Brom will not take lightly.
Take a look at how we’re expecting the Baggies to line up against Boro.
Johnstone is the club’s undisputed number one. He’ll start.
At right-back, January signing Holgate is set to retain his place.
In central defence, Dawson is poised to line up against Middlesbrough.
Alongside Dawson at the back, Hegazi is set to start.
Gibbs is a mainstay under Moore. He’s set to get the nod.
In central midfield, the experienced Barry will be given the opportunity to impress.
Livermore, too, is set to play. He’ll be tasked with breaking up Boro’s central attacks.
Gayle will be desperate to net against Boro as he looks to continue firing West Brom to promotion.
Rodriguez, too, will be out to get his name on the scoresheet.
Murphy is set to come straight into the team on the left wing.