Valerian Ismail has seen his government make a great start in West Bromwich Albion, with the French Bugis team unbeaten in the championship despite two difficult fixtures.
Of course, one 2-2. Draw against an impressive AFC Bournemouth side on the opening day of the season 3-2. Winning on the top mobile The Luton Town team has seen Albion score four points and five goals in their opening games of the season.
Meanwhile, Slavisa Djokanovic, the new manager of Wednesday evening’s opponents, Sheffield United, was not so lucky, the 53-year-old fell from the blade side. 1-0 Along with the defeat in their season opener against Birmingham City 0-0. Draw against Swansea City last weekend.
However, United are much better than those results, Ismail’s team will undoubtedly do their best if they leave Hawthorne with three points on Wednesday.
Thus, the 45-year-old Biggie Boss will have to make sure he gets a place in the team selection, with the Frenchman facing several tough calls over who to include in his starting XI.
So, here’s how we think West Brom can stand up against Sheffield United, with the latest team and injury news.
West Brom are unlikely to feature Robert Snowdross. Played To improve his match fitness for the club’s U23 team on Monday evening, Ismail has no worries about injury ahead of the Sheffield United clash.
However, we are still predicting that the 45-year-old will make two changes to the side that beat Luton Town over the weekend.
The first of which is on the back of the left, where, after a. disappointing Last time out performance, Connor Town fell on the sand bench, 2 2.52 m rating In the summer, signing Adam Reach replaces the 28-year-old.
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Second, Matt Phillips replaces Grady Diangana, who has so far failed to enlighten the world on the right wing, with a clear average match rating of Sufi scores. 6.8. In both Bournemouth and Luton fixtures.
Elsewhere, Dara O’Shea and Matt Clarke retain their places in the starting XI, with Semi-Ajay having to make room on the bench, while Colm Robinson starts with a ninth-place finish against his former club.