After racking up an unexpected point against Liverpool at Anfield in midweek, the fixture list isn't getting any kinder to Alan Pardew's West Bromwich Albion, taking them to Old Trafford on Sunday to face Manchester United.

The Baggies frustrated the Reds' to earn a 0-0 draw on Merseyside on Wednesday, successfully keeping Jürgen Klopp's free-scoring frontline at bay.

And much of the same will be required on Sunday afternoon if another positive result is to be achieved.

West Brom are currently 17th in the Premier League, level on 14 points with Crystal Palace in 18th and level with 19th-placed West Ham United.

If results go their way, a win over United could see the Baggies rise as high as 13th; a defeat could see them drop to the bottom of the table if Swansea City manage to secure three points against Everton at Goodison Park on Monday night.


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