Newcastle start the same 11 players as against Norwich City last week.
However, the places they take up will be different, with James Perch expected to play at left back, and Yohan Cabaye and Danny Guthrie to play in central midfield.
Jonas Gutierrez reverts back to the left wing, so it seems a more conventional side than Alan Pardew started last Sunday against Norwich City.
Youngsters Shane Ferguson, Mehdi Abeid and Haris Vuckic are all on the Newcastle bench.
This looks a strong and balanced side for Newcastle, and we have to hope we can get a win today to make up for the 3-2 loss at St. James’ Park.
For West Brom, Nicky Shorey is dropped and Jonas Olsson captains the side and returns from suspension at center-back, and Liam Ridgewell reverts to left-back.
Peter Odemwingie is restored to the starting eleven after recovering from a calf problem.
The Nigerian international replaces Chris Brunt, who is among the substitutes, after suffering from tonsillitis this last week.
Shane Long and Paul Scharner are dropped with Marc-Antoine Fortune and Keith Andrews getting starts in their places, and Graham Dorrans misses the game due to a hamstring injury.
We have to hope Newcastle can get a win and break 50 points for the season.
Howay The Lads!!
West Brom (4-5-1): Foster; Jones, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell; Odemwingie, Mulumbu, Morrison, Andrews, Thomas; Fortune
Subs: Daniels (gk), Scharner, Cox, Long, Brunt, Dawson, Shorey.
Newcastle (4-4-2): Krul; Simpson, Williamson, Coloccini (c), Perch; Ben Arfa, Cabaye, Guthrie, Gutierrez; Demba Ba, Cisse
Substitutes: Elliot, Ferguson, Santon, Abeid, Gosling, Vuckic, Ameobi (Sh)
Referee: C Foy (Merseyside).