West Brom ended their Spanish training camp with a 3-0 defeat to Villarreal last Saturday.
The Spanish side were 2-0 up at the break thanks to goals from Gerard Moreno and Manuel Trigueros, before experienced striker Carlos Bacca sealed the win late on.
The test against the La Liga side gave Baggies boss Slaven Bilic a first chance to look at his squad and also gave him plenty to think about, with a mixture of youth and experience on show in the Spanish heat.
The Baggies are now back from their warm-weather training camp and have secured the services of Danish striker Kenneth Zohore, who could well play a part against League Two side Scunthorpe United on Saturday.
West Brom will take on The Iron at Glanford Park, with Bilic again expected to name a strong side.
Here’s how we think the Croat could line his side up, with plenty of changes expected throughout the 90 minutes of action.
Expected to retain his place as first-choice keeper under Bilic and will more than likely get the nod on Saturday.
Teenager Ferguson replaced Allan Nyom against Villareal and could be handed a first start against Scunthorpe.
Bartley’s experience will more than likely mean that he starts again for the Baggies.
O’Shea impressed against Villarreal and could be handed another chance to showcase his talents ahead of a potential first-team place next season.
Despite being linked with a Hawthorns exit this summer, Gibbs looks set to be involved once more against Scunthorpe.
Livermore looks likely to get the nod in a midfield three and will be hoping to play a key role in Bilic’s side next season.
After signing a new Baggies deal, Harper looks set to retain his starting spot, with Bilic a big admirer of the powerful youngster.
Krovinovic came on for Harper against Villarreal and could be handed his first start in a Baggies shirt.
Edwards impressed last weekend and could retain his place in the starting line up as he looks to push for a regular place in Bilic’s side next season.
With new signing Kenneth Zohore only joining on Friday, Robson-Kanu could be handed the chance to lead the line against the League Two side. The Welshman will need to take this chance following the acquisition of the Danish striker.
Burke has a point to prove after returning from Celtic and could be handed another opportunity to impress Bilic.
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