West Brom will be full of confidence going into their Premier League clash against West Ham on Tuesday evening.

Sam Allardyce secured his first win in the best way possible over the weekend, sealing a 3-2 win in the Black Country Derby against Wolves.

The Baggies did it without two of their best players, with Sam Johnstone and Conor Gallagher ruled out all together at Molineux.

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We expect those two to return against West Ham.

Johnstone shared an update on his personal Twitter account on Saturday, confirming that he is feeling good and is back in training – something which should clear him to replace David Button.

The back four was immense against the Dingles, and each deserve to keep their spots, with Semi Ajayi and Kyle Bartley the key duo in there.

Either side of them will continue to be Dara O’Shea and Kieran Gibbs, with the everpresent Darnell Furlong keeping his spot on the bench.

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Gallagher is back from suspension and should replace Romaine Sawyers alongside Jake Livermore in midfield.

Sawyers is currently stealing a living at The Hawthorns with his shocking performances, and this is the perfect opportunity to drop him.

With Grady Diangana carrying a hamstring problem, the front four should stay the same, with all of them doing more than enough to keep their spots.

Matheus Pereira scored twice, Callum Robinson won both penalties and both Kamil Grosicki and Robert Snodgrass put in unbelievable shifts.

Here’s how we expect the Baggies to start…

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