West Brom manager Slaven Bilic has made one change to his starting line-up ahead of the clash against Hull City at The Hawthorns.
Albion confirmed on their official Twitter account an hour before kick-off on Sunday that Kamil Grosicki earns his first-ever start for the Baggies by replacing loan star Grady Diangana.
📋 Slaven Bilić makes one change to his starting XI from midweek's win at Wednesday, with Kamil Grosicki set to face his former club at The Hawthorns in place of Grady Diangana.#WBAHUL | #WBA pic.twitter.com/qXq3rkXFdO
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) July 5, 2020
West Brom beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-0 last time out with Charlie Austin scoring from the penalty spot before Matheus Pereira bagged a brace in the second half.
Albion fans will be expecting a performance similar to what Bilic’s men put in during the second half at Hillsborough on Wednesday but, above all else, fans will be expecting a win.
Hull won on Thursday but that was their first win since New Years Day and the Tigers are still in danger of being relegated to League One.
The Baggies have won three of their last four meetings with Hull and this game is no doubt one that needs to be won with third-placed Brentford now only two points behind.
Brentford are very much the team to watch at the moment but the focus won’t be on them so much if we can beat Hull with Grosicki in to start against his former club.
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