West Brom welcome Everton to The Hawthorns on Thursday night as they look to charge towards Premier League survival.
The Baggies battled their way to three points against Brighton at the weekend, making it three games unbeaten under Sam Allardyce.
In a big boost for the Albion and Big Sam, they could be set to welcome back a couple of familiar faces for the game against the Toffees.
Sam Johnstone should continue inbetween the sticks, although he will be hoping for less stress after that Lewis Dunk controversy.
The back four will change, with Semi Ajayi back from suspension to partner Kyle Bartley in the heart of the Baggies defence, something which is critical to help keep Dominic Calvert-Lewin quiet.
Darnell Furlong and Conor Townsend will keep their spots at full-back after yet another faultless performance from the pair.
That defence will be helped massively with Okay Yokuslu in-front of them, the Turkish international has been a revelation since arriving.
Two more loan signings, Conor Gallagher and Ainsley Maitland-Niles are forming a dynamic partnership we aren’t used too in midfielder after watching both Jake Livermore and Romaine Sawyers.
Matheus Pereira and Mbaye Diagne have formed a great partnership, and that will get the test of facing another side challenging for European football.
West Brom will need pace on the counter-attack, and after his cameo appearance off the bench against Brighton, Grady Diangana will be handed a start on Thursday evening.
Here’s how we expect the Baggies to line-up…
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