Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini must decide whether to rotate his squad ahead of next week’s Champions League clash with PSG.
Kevin de Bruyne returned last weekend after a two-month lay-off but Pellegrini might decide three games in a week is too much for the Belgian.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis will monitor “one or two knocks” among his squad.
Stephane Sessegnon is back in contention after returning late from international duty last week.
MOTD COMMENTATOR’S NOTES
Steve Bower: “If Manchester City had produced the spirit that was evident in Paris in midweek on a more consistent basis, they would be right in the hunt for the Premier League title.
“Bournemouth were the latest to witness City’s potential capabilities last weekend, and West Brom will hope City’s European excursions will have an adverse effect at the Etihad.
“There appears to be little margin for error to make sure Pep Guardiola has Champions League football to look forward to next season but, while Sergio Aguero is fit and firing, they look to be in the driving seat. The Argentine will play his 200th game for the club hoping to add to his 129 goals to date.
“West Brom, having reached their first target of 40 points, face an uphill task against a team they’ve managed only one point against in their last 12 league meetings.”