After West Brom threw away a 1-0 lead against Millwall on Saturday, the Baggies face the Lions once more in midweek for the first round of the Carabao Cup.
Slaven Bilic and the players will be looking for revenge as they were left kicking themselves over the weekend. They dropped two points in the first home game of the season by conceding late on to Millwall substitute Matt Smith.
Bilic looks set to hand debuts to the four players who signed on deadline day after they were left out of the squad on Saturday.
The Baggies boss also admitted there could be a few changes to the side but stated that he and the club will tackle the cup competitions seriously.
Whether or not all the deadline day signings start is another matter but they should certainly feature.
Here’s how I think West Brom will line up on Tuesday night:
GK: Jonathan Bond
Started the cup games last season, and being the second-choice goalkeeper, this is his chance to challenge for the number one spot.
RB: Darnell Furlong
One of the nine signings made in the summer transfer window, but kept out of the opening two games of the season by Ferguson. Expected to make his debut.
CB: Semi Ajayi
Struggled a bit on Saturday, particularly when Smith came on, but given the serious approach Bilic wants to give, I think the main centre backs could start.
CB: Kyle Bartley
Put in an impressive performance against the Lions on Saturday, where he was adamant he got the final touch for the goal. Expect him to start again.
LB: Conor Townsend
Back up left-back and did well against Nottingham Forest a couple of weeks ago replacing the injured Gibbs. Should be given a run out in the cup.
CM: Rekeem Harper
After signing a new contract at the club, Harper has been on the bench for the first couple of games under Bilic. He could be given a start midweek.
CM: Chris Brunt
Suspended for the opening weekend of the season and didn’t have time to make an impact Saturday. He needs to get minutes under his belt.
RW: Oliver Burke
Burke came off the bench on Saturday for 10 minutes but didn’t have the chance to make an impact. An ideal game to start and put in a good performance to repay the faith Bilic has shown in him.
CAM: Grady Diangana
Brought in on loan from Bilic’s former side West Ham. Seems to be close in terms of match fitness, so I would like to see him start.
LW: Kyle Edwards
Edwards was again impressive on Saturday, causing danger down the left-hand side in the first half. Expect him to start and new signing Pereira to replace him in the second half.
ST: Charlie Austin
There is a lot of hope being pinned on Austin to score the goals after Zohore’s disappointing performance on Saturday. Would like to see him lead the line to show what he has to offer.