West Brom take on Brentford in the third round of the Carabao Cup at The Hawthorns later this evening.
A win for the Baggies would see them take on either Sheffield Wednesday or Fulham at The Hawthorns in the next round.
Albion, in the previous round, comfortably overcame Harrogate Town, but will have a much tougher task against a Thomas Frank side who will be aiming for promotion to the Premier League after narrowly missing out last season.
Yet again, the second string of players for the club are likely to get a run out in this game, with youngsters like Rekeem Harper and Kyle Edwards set to start.
David Button and Cedric Kipre are set to also return to the side whilst Conor Gallagher could make his debut after his arrival from Chelsea on a season-long loan.
Kieran Gibbs will serve the first match of his three-game suspension after his sending off at Everton and Kenneth Zohore is still struggling with a calf injury.
Here’s how we think WBA will line up:
GK: David Button
Button played in the last cup game against Harrogate and had a solid game and he will hope for the same again to push Johnstone for the number one jersey.
RB: Lee Peltier
Peltier finally made his debut against Harrogate and was competent in earning Albion a clean sheet. Set to retain his place for the cup game.
CB: Cedric Kipre
Kipre stated that he is using the cup games to try and impress Bilic, as he aims to push for a place in the Premier League starting eleven. Set to start again with the Baggies boss keen to rotate the squad.
CB: Ahmed Hegazi
Hegazi was set to start against Harrogate but a hamstring injury kept him away. Surely set to start here as he aims to regain match fitness.
LB: Conor Townsend
With Gibbs suspended, the left-back role is set to be handed down to Townsend for both the cup and league matches. Should start.
CM: Rekeem Harper
Impressed in the last round, scoring a sublime long range effort in the win over Harrogate. Set to be given another chance in the cup to gain more minutes.
CM: Sam Field
Field is another youngster who needs minutes in the cup to improve his fitness. Set to start in which will be a good test for him against a demanding Brentford side.
LW: Kyle Edwards
Edwards provided a magical piece of skill in the previous round as he set up Robinson for the third goal. He is another one set to be given a chance in the cup to try and impress again.
RW: Matt Phillips
Phillips completed cameo roles against both Harrogate and Everton recently and needs a good amount of minutes in the tank. A start against Brentford will surely be something Bilic contemplates.
CAM: Conor Gallagher
With the loanee unable to make his Premier League debut against his parent club Chelsea, all eyes turn for Gallagher to make his debut in the cup. Should play in a more advanced role as a number ten, with the youngsters Field and Harper playing in more deeper roles of midfield.
ST: Hal Robson-Kanu
With Austin not even in the squad against Everton and Robinson playing large parts of both Premier League games so far this season, Robson-Kanu is set to be the man leading the line on Tuesday evening, as he looks to build on the wonder goal he netted in the previous round against Harrogate.