‘About time’ - Four changes as two new signings start - West Brom predicted XI v Bristol City - gallery
West Brom return to Championship action with a trip to Ashton Gate to face Bristol City on Saturday (3.00 pm).
The Baggies are hoping to return to winning ways after suffering a 2-1 defeat at home to early strugglers Huddersfield Town, and Carlos Corberan will want to put things right.
The international break has allowed players not called up for duty to work closely with the manager, whilst there are likely to be changes given the manner of defeat in their last match.
Nigel Pearson’s Bristol City usually set up in a 4-3-3, so there might be something similar to come from Corberan this weekend.
This season we've seen the Spainiard favour a back three, but against his former club Huddersfield he went to a flat back four which included former Arsenal and Swansea City man Kyle Bartley who had fallen out of favour.
As a result, we believe that a tactical tweak could be made, and there should be some changes within the side.
Spanish right wing-back Pipa, who Corberan worked with during his time with Huddersfield, joined from Bulgarian outfit Ludogorets on deadline day. Pipa said to the local press that he is ready so why not throw him in to the deep end and make his first start?
He's already got experience of the Championship and so nothing is new to him. Pipa could solve that issue as well as wing-back.
Flick through the pages to see all 11 players we have picked, as well as some explanations as to why those changes could be made. We’ve also included the nine substitutes that Carlos can call upon, though he is only allowed to use five of them and at three intervals during the game.
Give us your opinion in the comments section of either our Facebook or Twitter pages. Do you think we’ve got things right? Or would you like to see something different from Carlos?
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