ALBION’s Premier League season continues on Saturday as they face Everton in a crucial clash at Goodison Park (ko 3pm).
The Baggies have been hot on the heels of Ronald Koeman’s men all season. Seventh in the Premier League, Everton are four points and one place above Albion in the table. And victory on Saturday would consolidate the Toffees’ position and give them a potential chance of European football next season.
Last time out
Gareth McAuley’s goal was not enough to prevent Albion falling to defeat against Everton in August. Kevin Mirallas and Gareth Barry were on target for the visitors.
McAuley bags his first PL goal of the season against Everton in August
Matt Phillips will face a late fitness test ahead of the Merseyside clash.
Yannick Bolasie is the key long-term absentee for the Toffees.
In their last three visits to Goodison Park, the Baggies have kept three clean sheets and picked up five points.
Since the turn of the year, Everton have scored 15 goals in just four league games at home. Something’s got to give.
From the archive
Zoltan Gera and Williams Martinez both scored superb goals as Albion drew 2-2 with Everton in 2006. A 17-year-old Victor Anichebe was on the scoresheet for the Toffees.
Head to head
Albion have beaten Everton 68 times in their history, drawing 37 and losing 59.
Jeff Astle wins Albion their fifth FA Cup against Everton in 1968
Seats are now sold out with the Baggies backed by a following of 1,800.
Thank you, as always, for your fantastic support!
Follow the game
The game will kick off at 3pm with comprehensive coverage available across all of the Club’s social media channels.
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You can also listen to live commentary on Albion Player with Dave Bowler and Gez Mulholland talking you through the action.