West Brom’s Premier League survival hopes will be hanging by a thread on Monday night as they play host to neighbours Wolves.
Defeat for the Baggies, coupled with a weekend win for Brighton at home to Leeds, would see Sam Allardyce’s side finally slip through the trap door.
Last weekend’s late 2-2 draw with Aston Villa looks to be the final nail in the coffin for them but Allardyce will not give up without a fight.
Despite their last result, the former England boss is unlikely to make too many changes as Dara O’Shea rotates back in for Conor Townsend.
As for Wolves, another point sees them confirmed as safe, but boss Nuno Santo knows their season has already fizzled out.
Two wins in their last eight ended their chances of a European push and injuries mean he could name an unchanged team from their 4-0 loss at Burnley last time out.
And this one kicks off with an 6pm start on Monday night at The Hawthorns.
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