West Brom v Burnley: Premier League preview
West Brom host Burnley on Monday night with one point separating the two sides.
Both teams won their previous matches prior to the international break.
West Brom beat Leicester 2-1 at the King Power to record their first win in six, thanks to goals from James Morrison and Matt Phillips.
Ashley Barnes scored a stoppage time winner for Burnley against Crystal Palace. Sean Dyche’s side have won 2 and drawn 1 of their previous three matches.
A win for either side would be enough to lift them into the top half of the table.
Tony Pulis confirmed that striker Salomon Rondon “will be fine” for the game.
Nacir Chadli remains a concern but he is expected to overcome his knee injury in time. The Baggies’ top scorer missed the trip to Leicester.
Saido Berahino is fit for West Brom but and could feature from the bench.
Sean Dyche confirmed that Burnley’s international continenget returned with a clean bill of health while full-back Stephen Ward is expected to recover in time for the match.
Dyche will have to decide whether or not to field Andre Gray alongside Sam Vokes or have an extra body in midfield.
West Brom predicted line-up
Burnley predicted line-up
101 Great Goals prediction
West Brom 2-2 Burnley