Probable starting eleven: West Bromwich Albion: Foster; Reid, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewel; Mulumbu, Brunt; Amalfitano, Morrison, Gera; Berahino Liverpool: Mignolet; Flanagan, Skrtel, Toure, Cissokho; Gerrard, Henderson; Sterling, Coutinho, Sturridge; Luis Suarez I expect a draw at The Hawthorns. WBA played solid at home in the last period. They have one win and two draws on the last three home matches in the Premier League. Here are the results: 20.01.2014. West Bromwich – Everton 1:1 01.01.2014. West Bromwich – Newcastle 1:0 21.12.2013. West Bromwich – Hull City 1:1 Veteran striker Nicolas Anelka suffered a knee injury in the midweek defeat by Aston Villa and will be missing this match, as well as the injured Stephane Sessegnon. Liverpool are in good form, but the manager Brandon Rodgers has extremely big problems in the defense. In fact, he is missing the complete defense. The right back Glen Johnson is out injured, as well as the left back Jose Enrique. In addition, two central defenders are also out – Mamadou Sakho and Daniel Agger. Liverpool were lucky not to concede against Everton on Tuesday, but before that the Reds received two goals from Aston Villa at Anfield and three goals by Stoke at Britannia Stadium. Both teams have one win on the last two mutual games played at The Hawthorns. Here are the results: 26.09.2012. West Bromwich – Liverpool 1:2 – Capital One Cup 18.08.2012. West Bromwich – Liverpool 3:0 At the end I will mention that WBA did the double over Liverpool last season for the first time since the season 1966/67. It is dangerous to underestimate them. I believe they are able to stay unbeaten here.