West Brom v Everton live stream, Sky Sports, Thursday 4 March, 6pm GMT
Everton can climb into the top four of the Premier League table with victory over West Brom on Thursday.
The Toffees moved to within three points of the final Champions League qualification spot with victory over Southampton on Monday night. Given that West Ham are not in action this midweek and Liverpool’s meeting with Chelsea kicks off a couple of hours after this match, Everton will rise to fourth if they emerge triumphant at The Hawthorns.
There is still a long way to go in this Premier League campaign, but Carlo Ancelotti’s side have certainly given themselves a chance of a top-four finish. Their away form has been strong this term, and they start as clear favourites against the Baggies. However, Ancelotti will hope to see more from his attacking players after Everton were forced to grind out that 1-0 win against Southampton earlier this week.
West Brom remain nine points adrift of safety despite going three matches unbeaten. After back-to-back draws Sam Allardyce’s team were triumphant last time out, beating Brighton at home. The Baggies were a little fortunate to win that game, but Allardyce knows better than anyone that results are more important than performances for a team in West Brom’s predicament.
Everton will have to make do without Yerry Mina and long-term absentee Jean-Philippe Gbamin when they travel to the West Midlands. Ancelotti will hope to welcome back James Rodriguez after the Colombia international missed the victory over Southampton, while Seamus Coleman, Tom Davies and Robin Olsen will all need to be assessed.
West Brom will be unable to call upon the services of Kieran Gibbs and Robert Snodgrass for this match against Allardyce’s former club. Both those players are injured, but Semi Ajayi is available once more after completing a two-game suspension.
Kick-off is at 6pm GMT and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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