West Bromwich Albion host Burnley in a crucial Premier League clash this afternoon. Find out how you can watch a live stream of the game from The Hawthorns.
Where: The Hawthorns, West Bromwich
When: 16:00 BST
Live Stream: NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass
West Brom face Burnley in a crucial Premier League clash at The Hawthorns today, with both sides keen to get early points on the board in their quest to secure their Premier League status come the end of the season.
Alan Irvine’s Baggies have had a difficult start to the season in the league, but a good week for the club saw a fine victory at Tottenham last weekend followed up with a dramatic League Cup win over Hull City, that saw West Brom score twice late on to secure their passage through with a 3-2 triumph.
Record signing Brown Ideye scored his first goal for the club in the week but injured himself in the process, meaning that Victor Anichebe should partner the in-form youngster Saido Berahino in attack, whilst an exciting display from Porto loanee Silvestre Varela could mean that he starts out wide.
Visitors Burnley have drawn three successive games 0-0 as they look to defy the odds and protect their Premier League status, but Sean Dyche will be concerned by the club’s lack of goals without injured duo Sam Vokes and Danny Ings.
Striker Lukas Jutkiewicz is still waiting for his first Burnley goal but looked lively against Sunderland last weekend, whilst former Huddersfield midfielder Scott Arfield is a genuine goal threat from deep, as is David Jones from set pieces.
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