Southampton v West Brom

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Southampton midfielder Victor Wanyama is available again after serving a two-match suspension.

Top scorer Graziano Pelle could start after making his return from a knee injury as a substitute in Wednesday's win over Watford.

West Brom's James Morrison is sidelined with the knee injury that forced him off against Chelsea in midweek.

Rickie Lambert is available again after illness, while Jonas Olsson will have a fitness test on his hamstring.

MOTD COMMENTATOR'S NOTES
Steve Wilson: "Both Ronald Koeman and Tony Pulis will be pleased with the way their week has gone.

"At St Mary's, Southampton found a way to win - seeing off Watford in convincing style. In London, West Brom took only their second point from Chelsea in 27 years.

"Maybe the boost of a midweek's work well done will see both teams playing with freedom and a thirst for goals?

"We can only hope - but normally you can count the goals scored between these two on the fingers of one finger.

"Ten of the last 16 meetings have finished either 1-0 or 0-0 and there have been only three goals scored in the last five editions.

"I'm not taking my abacus."

Twitter: @stevewilson1967

WHAT THE MANAGERS SAY
West Brom head coach Tony Pulis: "We have had three great results recently in the Premier League. Southampton had a good win against Watford. It will be tough."

LAWRO'S PREDICTION
West Brom will make life difficult for them but, if Southampton play well and work hard, then they should edge it at home.

Prediction: 2-1

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Another comfortable win. :2thumb:
 

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One Rickie Lambert.
 

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