Slaven Bilic’s side have struggled since returning to England’s top flight but they face a Fulham side who are in a similar boat, having also found the going tough since promotion from the Championship this summer.
Sam Field, Hal Robson-Kanu and Dara O’Shea are all unavailable as they continue to recover from injury, whilst Ahmed Hegazi is no longer at the club having moved to Saudi Arabia’s Al Ittihad last week.
With three draws, the Baggies sit 17th in the Premier League table but despite such poor form, Bilic could name the same starting XI which faced Brighton last Monday.
With the pressure firmly on West Brom to pick up a win against Fulham, we have put together our starting XI which we think could seal a victory.
The 27-year-old has featured in all six of West Brom’s Premier League games, gaining himself a rating of 6.53 out 10 per WhoScored.com.
Appearing 5 times this season, gaining a 6.75 out of 10 per WhoScored.com.
The former Chelsea man is the highest-rated player at the club per WhoScored.com at the minute, with 7.01 out of 10.
Semi Ajayi is a surprise starter for West Brom, considering his lowly rating per WhoScored.com of 5.9 out of 10.
A 6.85 out of 10 rating per WhoScored.com will keep Townsend in the starting XI against Fulham.
Livermore was excellent last season for West Brom but he is yet to show that kind of form this time round. He will continue in the starting XI.
Gallagher has two appearances this term but he is the highest-performing midfielder in the West Brom squad, gaining a 6.91 out of 10 rating per WhoScored.com.
The Croatian midfielder has had little time on the pitch so far this term but his creativity in the middle of the park could be the perfect way to help West Brom find a win.
Following on from last season, the Brazilian has been West Brom’s best performer in terms of goals and assists, scoring one goal and setting up two.
The former West Ham United man is yet to really show the form he produced last term but his inclusion in the starting XI is a must.
Grant has one goal to his name for West Brom (last week’s equaliser at Brighton) since joining from Huddersfield and Bilic will be reliant on him to produce more.