While Manchester United are looking up towards the top of the table, West Brom are firmly looking down.
The Baggies haven’t won in five games and their relegation woes appear to be getting bigger.
While United will be looking to leapfrog Leicester and secure their spot in second.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are the only Premier League side to have not lost away from home this season so they’ll be looking to extend their run today.
United will travel to the Hawthorns without Paul Pogba, who is injured, but Ole does welcome several players back.
Eric Bailly has been training and could start in defence today, while new signing Amad Diallo could be given some minutes.
Scott McTominay and Bruno Fernandes are likely to be back in the starting XI, after warming the bench for most of their FA Cup victory.
Despite being a man with plenty of experience in saving teams from the drop, Sam Allardyce has struggled to spark a revival at West Brom.
Can they pull off a much-needed win at home this afternoon? Stick with us to find out.