United's Premier League hopes hit a bump in the road with the recent 2-1 defeat to Sheffield United, but the Reds responded with a solid draw at Arsenal and an emphatic 9-0 drubbing of Southampton.
Solskjaer was on the brink of another impressive win last weekend, only to see Dominic Calvert-Lewin steal a heartbreaking late equaliser for the Toffees at Old Trafford. The boss admitted his players would need picking up after the disappointment, and Tuesday's fifth-round FA Cup success over West Ham should have bolstered the spirits.
Meanwhile, West Brom have taken just one point from their last five games since an impressive 3-2 win over Wolverhampton in an all-West Midlands derby. Since then, they've drawn 2-2 with Fulham, but were well beaten by Manchester City and gave up a first-half lead to lose 2-1 at Sheffield United earlier this month.
They do, however, have a habit of producing unlikely results against sides close to the top of the table. The Baggies drew 1-1 at the Etihad earlier in the season, and were the first club this term to deny Liverpool a home win, back in late December. Allardyce's side might be locked in a relegation battle, but they do not lose many matches easily.
Any Reds that remember our last meeting with the Baggies will recall a tight game, memorable for some impressive saves by former Academy graduate Sam Johnstone; a game settled only by Bruno Fernandes's
We haven't travelled to the Hawthorns since 2017, but have won in our last two trips there. West Brom have been something of a bogey club for us since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement, though. Since the famous 5-5 draw that brought the Scot's incredible 26-year tenure to an end, we've won just five of 11 meetings. The good news? West Brom have lost seven of their last eight Premier League games that have taken place on a Sunday.