Antonio Conte’s men know they just need one more win for Chelsea to reclaim the trophy they won in 2014-15, after a season that has so far seen them lose just five league games.
West Brom had built their impressive season around a solid home record but that has unraveled in recent weeks, losing their last three home games – against Southampton, Liverpool and Leicester – by the same scoreline (0-1).
Chelsea’s only defeat in the last eight Premier League meetings came at The Hawthorns two seasons ago, but that was after they had already clinched the title.
Tony Pulis will welcome Jonny Evans back to the fold after the former Manchester United man made a full recovery from an ankle injury. Hal Robson-Kanu is also back after injury, but Matt Phillips is still struggling with a hamstring problem.
The league leaders are looking to do the double over the Baggies, after a 1-0 success at Stamford Bridge back in December, with Diego Costa bagging the winner in the second half.
Chelsea should have a fully fit squad to select from, with N’Golo Kante expected back in the starting XI after missing the win over Middlesbrough due to a thigh injury.