Burnley will be looking to improve on a dull performance against Fulham, while the Baggies will be desperate for three points having picked up just two in their last five games.
Burnley's club captain Ben Mee is available after recovering from a knock, with Chris Wood also rumoured to be close to a return. West Brom are also hoping they can call upon Grady Diangana, but full-back Kieran Gibbs is ruled out due to a shoulder issue.
Burnley: Pope; Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor; Brownhill, Westwood, Cork, McNeil; Rodriguez, Barnes
West Bromwich Albion: Johnstone; Furlong, Ajayi, Bartley, Townsend; Snodgrass, Maitland-Niles, Yokuslu, Gallagher, Pereira; Diagne
Although impressive at times against Manchester United in their last outing, the Baggies will almost certainly find it difficult to grind out chances against a defence boosted by the return of Mee.
Apart from a moment of brilliance from Jay Rodriguez, the Clarets looked toothless against Fulham in their previous fixture and will be hoping West Brom's defence will be shaky enough to concede.
While on paper this fixture has nil-nil written all over it, the importance of this fixture can't be over looked.
Burnley only have one win in their last seven games, drawing three and losing three since.
Forward Jay Rodriguez will be looking to achieve 100 league goals against his former team, with his tally currently standing at 99.
West Brom have conceded 55 goals this season, the highest number of any team in the top five European leagues.