West Brom will be hoping to cement their place in the play-offs with a victory against Hull City today.
The Baggies lock horns with Nigel Adkins’s side and will look to move up to 76 points to create some more distance between themselves and Aston Villa, who are four points behind them in fifth.
James Shan will be in charge for the remainder of the season and sees his side head into this clash full of confidence following their 4-1 win against Preston North End last weekend.
Take a look at how we expect the Baggies to line up when they take on Hull.
Johnstone is the club’s undisputed number one. He’ll keep his place.
Dawson is set to keep his place in Shan’s preferred back three.
In the heart of the defence, it is likely that Bartley will start.
Completing the defensive trio, Egypt international Hegazi is poised to retain his place.
At right wing-back, loanee defender Holgate will look to bomb forward and support the attacks.
In central midfield, Baggies veteran Brunt is set to be given the nod by Shan.
Livermore is in line to continue in the midfield pairing alongside Brunt.
Gibbs, who has displaced Conor Townsend in the starting line-up, is set to start at left wing-back.
Johansen is in line to operate in the hole and act as the link between the midfield and the attack.
Gayle has played well lately and will hope to net against Hull.
Rodriguez, too, has been in good form for West Brom. He’ll be keen to score against his former Southampton boss Adkins.