Both West Brom and Burnley will be chasing their first Premier League win of the season as the two sides prepare to go head to head on Monday night.
Slaven Bilic’s side are edging it in terms of current form with one point from four games against the Clarets four match losing streak.
The Baggies will be boosted by some important returns for this one, with Kieran Gibbs back from suspension and Ahmed Hegazy and Conor Gallagher back fit.
However, with Hal Robson-Kanu sidelined with a broken arm and Callum Robinson isolating after international duty, meaning Bilic will be without a regular No.9 option.
Sean Dyche has his own injury worries ahead of this one with four first team stars laid low with injury.
But the struggling visitors should be boosted by the returns of Jay Rodriguez and Johan Gudmundsson after Dyche confirmed they have both returned to training this week.
And kick off is Monday night 5.30pm at The Hawthorns.