Date, time and coverage: Saturday 28 September (Kick off: 15:00 BST). Follow the match via ManUtd.com’s live blog and MUTV Online's radio commentary.
Form guide: David Moyes' men will be looking to make amends for last Sunday's derby defeat by building on the performance in Wednesday night's win over Liverpool in the Capital One Cup. The Baggies clambered out of the relegation zone with a 3-0 victory over Sunderland last weekend, the first time they had claimed all three points this season. A much-changed side was knocked out of the Capital One Cup on penalties by Arsenal on Wednesday.
Ins and outs: Robin van Persie will be "involved", according to his manager, after missing the Man City and Liverpool matches and Tom Cleverley is "not far away" after sustaining a minor knee injury in training. West Brom striker Matej Vydra, who had a successful season on loan at Watford from Udinese last term, has been absent with a hamstring problem since late August. West Brom midfielders Zoltan Gera and Chris Brunt are out with thigh and groin injuries respectively, while former United goalkeeper Ben Foster misses out due to a foot problem.
Betting: United’s official partner bwin have priced United at 1.30 to win and West Brom at 9.25 with the draw at 5.25. Both sides went goal-crazy at the Hawthorns the last time they met, and you can get a tempting 41.00 on eight or more goals being scored on Saturday.
Last meeting: We bade a fond farewell to Sir Alex Ferguson the last time these two sides met with an astonishing 5-5 draw at the Hawthorns. The Reds were 5-2 up with 10 minutes remaining before the Baggies secured the unlikeliest of comebacks, but with a 20th league title safely in the bag the manager's career still ended on a high note.