West Brom return to Championship action once again as they take on Hull City at the KCOM Stadium.
The Baggies currently sit top of the table in the Championship on 30 points and aim to extend their two point lead with a win.
Albion and Hull are the most inform teams in the division right now and it sets up to be an exciting game with Hull winning their last 3 games, most notably dispatching Fulham 3-0 away from home in their last game.
Danger-man Jarred Bowen is obviously their biggest threat with nine goals and two assists and will prove difficult for Slaven Bilic’s men to stop.
This is one of the biggest tests Albion have faced all season and if they were to overcome this one with a win, the automatic promotion places will be certainly something to aim for come the end of the season.
Will there be changes to the side despite a 2-0 win against Stoke City?
Here’s how we think Albion will line-up:
GK: Sam Johnstone
Albion’s number one and likely to be between the sticks again.
RB: Darnell Furlong
Furlong put in another decent shift last week at Stoke and should be in line to retain his place.
CB: Semi Ajayi
Dealt with the Stoke forwards very well last week and should keep out Hegazi yet again.
CB: Kyle Bartley
Bartley was immense last week and his top form is likely to give him another start on Saturday.
LB: Conor Townsend
With Gibbs and Ferguson ruled out of this game, Townsend will surely be given another start to try and cement his starting place.
CM: Jake Livermore (C)
The captain is likely to lead out the side once again after an impressive performance last week.
CM: Romaine Sawyers
So composed and controlled on the ball last week and should partner Livermore again.
CAM: Matheus Pereira
Not his best performance last week, but the star man is likely to keep his place in the side.
RW: Matt Phillips
Albion’s top scorer is likely to get the nod again after netting last week at Stoke.
LW: Grady Diangana
It seems as if Diangana will be staying the whole season on loan after continued speculation this week and he should be in line to start again after impressing last week.
ST: Charlie Austin
Things don’t seem to be clicking for Austin at the moment but I think he will be given another chance to find the back of the net.