West Brom have made one change to their starting XI for the Premier League clash against Wolves on Monday evening.

The Baggies have decided to bring back Dara O’Shea into the side, with Callum Robinson dropping back on to the bench after the 2-2 draw against Aston Villa.

Confirmed prior to kick-off, Sam Allardyce appears to have gone back to a five-at-the-back formation, presumably to deal with Wolves’ wing-backs.

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There will be plenty of decisions to be made between now and the end of the season.

Plenty of this squad will be playing for their futures, whether that be at The Hawthorns or away from the club, regardless of relegation to the Championship.

Games such as the Black Country Derby will show us all who has that passion and desire to stick around during the hard times, and it is certainly time to step up.

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This is the last chance saloon right now for the Albion.

We have been hearing the players and staff insist that they have to win every single game for weeks now, but this is where they have to go out and do just that.

What better game for motivation than welcoming Wolves to The Hawthorns? It is time to seal the double over them and hopefully give us some sort of boost towards a miraculous recovery.

Nuno Espirito Santo is under pressure at Molineux, and rightly so after that thrashing against Burnley last week, it is time to rub salt into the wounds.

In other West Brom news, this forgotten Baggies ace has delivered a Twitter message with Grady Diangana at the training ground


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