West Brom are desperate for a win, and there would be no better time than this weekend’s Premier League clash against Wolves.
The Baggies crashed out of the FA Cup on Saturday, losing on penalties to League One side Blackpool, despite naming an experienced.
Having said that, some players did catch the eye, and we expect Sam Allardyce to make some changes to his side for the Wolves clash.
Sam Johnstone will return in goal, despite David Button making some penalty saves and Andy Lonergan arriving this week.
Kieran Gibbs went off at the break on Saturday but should be fit enough to start alongside Darnell Furlong on the opposite flank.
Allardyce loves experience, and we expect him to stick with Branislav Ivanovic next to Semi Ajayi, despite the Serbian’s shocking start this season.
In midfield, Conor Gallagher is suspended, and unless Hamza Choudhury arrives this week, Romaine Sawyers may have to start alongside Jake Livermore.
The Chelsea loanee has been the standout player this season, and will be a huge miss – no player has averaged more shots on goal per game according to WhoScored.
Matheus Pereira will step into the playmaker role and have Kamil Grosicki and new signing Robert Snodgrass playing out wide.
With Karlan Grant injured, Charlie Austin leaving and no new strikers through the door, Callum Robinson will once again be handed the job of leading the line.
Here is how we expect the Baggies to line up…
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