West Brom travel to The John Smith Stadium to take on Huddersfield Town in the penultimate game of the season, knowing that they have to win to keep their promotion hopes in their own hands.
The Baggies simply know they have to pick up three points with the rampant Brentford, who are a point behind them with two games to play, on an eight-game winning streak.
Slaven Bilic’s men made sure that they still control their destiny by picking up a point against Fulham and they could be promoted on Saturday afternoon if Brentford lose to Stoke after Albion defeat the Terriers.
Huddersfield have had an unstable restart to the season and still need to pick up points to ensure they remain safe in the Championship, but it doesn’t bode well as they are without a goal in four games.
In terms of team news, Albion have no other injury concerns apart from Kieran Gibbs, who will sit out with a hamstring problem.
Here’s how we think WBA will line up:
GK: Sam Johnstone
Johnstone kept his 14th clean sheet of the season against Fulham on a quiet afternoon. Should start between the sticks again.
RB: Dara O'Shea
O’Shea again put in an impressive performance against Fulham and has cemented his place at right back for the remainder of the season. Should start.
CB: Semi Ajayi
Ajayi was solid again when picking up a clean sheet on Tuesday. I expect him to retain his place.
CB: Ahmed Hegazi
The Egyptian was Man of the Match against Fulham and saved the Baggies with a clearance off the line. Deserves to keep his place.
LB: Conor Townsend
Townsend didn’t have a great game against Fulham and will be looking to put it right, with him sure to start with Gibbs still unavailable.
CM: Jake Livermore (C)
Livermore beefed up the midfield to shut out Fulham on Tuesday. Needs to provide that again in what could be a scrappy game.
CM: Romaine Sawyers
Sawyers was impressive on Tuesday, keeping things ticking in the midfield. Should start again to partner Livermore.
CAM: Matheus Pereira
Pereira has been sensational this season and will be needed more than ever for Albion to cut Huddersfield open. Certain to start.
RW: Grady Diangana
Diangana missed a crucial chance against Fulham which could have picked up all three points. Should start again though as he is imperative to Albion’s lethal attack.
LW: Callum Robinson
Robinson hasn’t featured much since the restart but after Grosicki’s poor performance against Fulham, he could come into the side as Slaven Bilic may try to do something different.
ST: Hal Robson-Kanu
With two games in three days, the Baggies boss might try to switch up the striker position too and he could put Robson-Kanu in, who will be looking to get his goalscoring form back on track.