Meanwhile, for the visitors, they come into this game on a decent run of form, having won four straight games in the Championship. Their latest came last Saturday, as they fought back from a 2-0 deficit to win 3-2 away at Luton Town. West Brom come into this game on the back of reaching the fourth round of the FA Cup after beating Non-League side Chesterfield 4-0 in the third-round replay. Latest team news Burnley was without Taylor Harwood-Bellis for their win over Coventry, after the defender was withdrawn in the first half of their FA Cup game against Bournemouth, and it is unknown if he will be available for the clash against West Brom. After his goal in the last game, it is likely Beyer will retain his place in the side alongside Charlie Taylor.
Jack Cork was withdrawn at half time, and it is unclear if that was for tactical reasons or if the midfielder picked up an injury. Nathan Tella is likely to be pushing for a start after coming off the bench in the 60th minute against the Sky Blues. While Ashley Barnes could be an option Vincent Kompany turns to if he looks to rotate Jay Rodriguez. For the Baggies, Carlos Corberan made several changes for their FA Cup clash, and it is expected that his usual starting XI will be restored for this encounter at Turf Moor. One player who will definitely be missing for this game is Brandon Thomas-Asante, who will serve the final of a three-game suspension. Karlan Grant and Kenneth Zohore have both been injured, and it is unsure if both or one will be back in time for the game on Friday.
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