West Brom travel to the London Stadium to face West Ham on Tuesday night, and a win for the Baggies would lift them above their opponents in the table.
Here is the best potential lineup for the match...
Despite being second from bottom, West Brom have kept six clean sheets and only conceded 28 goals. The problem does not seem to be at the back end of the pitch, but at the front end.
Egyptian Ahmed Hegazi recently signed a permanent deal with the Baggies, and the defender really fits the West Brom profile.
At 6ft "4 the Egyptian is strong in the air and a danger at set-pieces, everything that is expected of a Baggies defender. He has formed a solid relationship with Jonny Evans, which has seen the Baggies only concede six goals in their last five games.
Matt Phillips burst onto the scene last season with West Brom, however this campaign the Scot has under-performed.
The ex-Blackpool man has all the attributes, he is strong, good technique and exceptionally quick. The only question remains is if Alan Pardew can get the best out of the Scot, and if he does the Baggies could well escape relegation this season.
It is no secret that West Brom have struggled to score goals this season. With only 15 goals in their 21 games this season, the Baggies have inevitably slipped into the relegation zone.
Both Salomon Rondon and Jay Rodriguez have three Premier League goals so far, and if the Baggies are to stay up these pair will need to step up and add more goals to their game.