Tim Howard; Phil Jagielka, John Heitinga, Sylvain Distin, Leighton Baines; Victor Anichebe, Phil Neville, Leon Osman, Steven Pienaar; Marouane Fellaini; Nikica Jelavic.
David Moyes has a few varying options due to his lack of right-backs. He could keep Neville in defence and push Fellaini back into midfield—as he's done recently—or bring in Heitinga and shuffle over Jagielka.
The Dutchman's FA Cup heroics may swing the decision in his favour, although Moyes will remember how poor Fellaini was in an advanced role earlier this season at West Brom.
If Moyes does want to keep Fellaini in a forward berth, he could still opt for Neville in defence and draft in Thomas HItzlsperger.
Up front, Nikica Jelavic has been substituted twice in the past two games with his side still chasing a goal and is desperately short of form.
Moyes is clearly looking for far more from his front man, but while Anichebe will be keen to start in an attacking role, it seems more likely he'll feature coming in off a flank.
West Brom (4-2-3-1)
Ben Foster; Billy Jones, Gareth McAuley, Jonas Olsson, Liam Ridgewell; George Thorne, Chris Brunt; Graham Dorrans, James Morrison, Marc-Antoine Fortune; Romelu Lukaku.
West Brom's primary concern centres around their midfield options.
With Mulumbu in Africa and Yacob likely to miss out, the Baggies are short of some starting options. Brunt will play in a deeper berth with the exciting Thorne most likely to come in and partner him.
Ahead of them, there remains a dilemma about one of the attacking slots as Peter Odemwingie's protracted transfer saga means he could miss out (via the Guardian).
That leaves his position open to any of the returning Fortune, Long or Jerome Thomas—who will all be looking to support the in-from Lukaku in attack.