West Brom worked hard to gain three points against Swansea City in midweek. 

They seemed organised from the off; every player looked like they knew what their role was and what was expected of them. The Albion managed to create chances in the form of crosses, free-kicks, through balls into Dwight Gayle and close passes around the edge of the opposition’s area.

Despite a 3-0 victory, the Baggies were not on top throughout the game. Swansea had many opportunities to score, they had a penalty in the 39th minute which was poorly taken by Bersant Celina, and the chance was squandered. 

Sam Johnstone also denied the Swans from scoring on numerous occasions with some top-class saves.

Overall, there is a lot of work to do between now and the end of the season to get West Brom into the Premier League. It’ll be interesting to see how Jamie Shen lines up his men for what could be his last game in charge.

Here’s how we think the Baggies will line up: