After a spirited comeback to beat Nottingham Forest last Saturday, the Baggies take on Millwall in there first home game of the new season, searching for two wins from the opening two games.
A frantic deadline day saw West Brom bring in four new players for Bilic to strengthen up the top end of the pitch which totalled to nine coming through the door for the whole window, replacing some key figures that left earlier this summer.
It will be a selection headache for the new boss, who will have to decide whether to start the deadline day signings Albion brought in or keep the same players in that showed character to come from behind at the City Ground last week.
It should be an exciting day for the WBA fans as they look to get a glimpse of the new signings made and see what they have to offer.
Here’s how we think West Brom will line up:
GK: SAM JOHNSTONE
Partly at fault for the goal against Forest, but still the number one choice.
RB: NATHAN FERGUSON
An outstanding man of the match performance last week. Would be very harsh to see him dropped out.
CB: SEMI AJAYI
Another strong performer last week, kept the defence solid. Will surely start.
CB: KYLE BARTLEY
Another one partly at fault for the goal conceded last week, but likely to partner Ajayi again.
LB: KIERAN GIBBS
First choice left-back. Came off with an injury last week but expected to be fit for Saturday.
CM: JAKE LIVERMORE
Part of a solid midfield with Sawyers and Krovinovic and would expect him to start again.
CM: ROMAINE SAWYERS
Played a deeper role than Livermore last week. Very composed throughout and made the most forward passes all game. Likely to make his Hawthorns bow.
CM: FILIP KROVINOVIC
Another strong performer last week on his debut. Should start again.
RW: MATT PHILLIPS
Scored the winner last week in fortuitous fashion. Will need to fight for his place with the forward deadline day signings made but expected to start.
LW: KYLE EDWARDS
Scored the equaliser to kickstart the comeback last week and his performance in the game was very impressive. Would be harsh to drop him and deserves to start again.
ST: CHARLIE AUSTIN
Brought in on deadline day to solve the striker crisis. Bilic said in his press conference “he is fit and raring to go” so I expect him to lead the line.