Xherdan Shaqiri is expected to be fit for Stoke after returning to training following a six-match absence with a calf injury.
Forward Jonathan Walters is doubtful because of the ankle problem that ruled him out of the midweek defeat by Hull.
Tony Pulis has no new injury worries ahead of this weekend’s meeting with his former club.
Chris Brunt remains the only Baggies player unavailable as he continues his recovery from a knee injury.
MOTD COMMENTATOR’S NOTES
Martin Fisher: “How fitting that West Brom boss Tony Pulis reaches 1,000 games as a manager at Stoke – his home for nearly half of those matches over two spells in which he guided the club into the Premier League and then kept them there, season after season.
“Right now, that tenure looks under threat. Four successive defeats leave Stoke bottom of the table. Their defence, so miserly under Pulis, has become shambolic.
“Deadline-day signing Wilfried Bony looks rusty, and chances will be at a premium against a well-drilled Albion outfit.
“A clean sheet on his return to the Potteries would be the perfect way for Pulis to celebrate his personal milestone and a win would make it four in a row against his former employers.”