WEST BROM VS CHELSEA
MYHILL, DAWSON, McAULEY, OLSSON, LESCOTT, MULUMBU, YACOB, GARDNER, FLETCHER, BRUNT, ANICHEBE
FABREGAS, WILLIAN, MIKEL, LOFTUS-CHEEK, LUIS, TERRY, ZOUMA, IVANOVIC, COURTOIS
Chelsea play their last away game of the season before returning to Stamford Bridge next weekend to lift the Barclays Premier League trophy following their last game of the campaign, against Sunderland.
The Blues arrive at The Hawthorns seeking a club record; with one away game to go they have scored 37 away goals, equal with their previous highest number of Premier League away goals set in the 2004-05 season.
It is the most away goals Chelsea have scored since the 1988-89 campaign (46) in the old Second Division, and most in the top flight since 1964-65 (41).
Albion, meanwhile, have secured their place in the Premier League for another year following a draw at Newcastle United last weekend. That point took the Baggies onto 41 points, five more than last season with two games remaining.
It has been an impressive return from manager Tony Pulis, who arrived at the club on New Year's Day. Albion were 17th at the time but four games without defeat and just one goal conceded has taken West Brom into 14th place with two games remaining. It has also secured Pulis' record of never being relegated as a manager since starting out in 1992.
When the teams met in November Chelsea won
2-0 at Stamford Bridge with goals from Diego Costa and Eden Hazard. Albion finished with 10 men after Claudio Yacob was red-carded.