Chris Brunt is back to full health for West Brom's critical trip to Loftus Road, expect him to start.
West Brom captain Chris Brunt is set to miss another match as his hamstring will not be ready in time for the Saturday visit from Aston Villa.
Chris Brunt has been inconsistent in recent season but showed vintage form in Albion's 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace.
West Brom return from the international break remarkably healthy with Chris Brunt the only regular facing even a chance of missing out.
Chris Brunt has committed his future to Alan Irvine's club as he signed a three-year contract extension on improved terms at the Hawthorns today.
With Liam Ridgewell getting a scan on his ankle, injured against Manchester City, West Brom manager, Pepe Mel, has insisted that Chris Brunt can fill that role against West Ham this weekend. "Brunt can do a really good job in this role and I’m certain that Ridgewell will not be available for the West Ham game."
It's hard to imagine things getting worse at the Hawthorns but they have with the news that Chris Brunt will be out for a month as the Baggies struggle to stay up.
Pepe Mel continues his horrid start as manager of West Bromwich Albion, now having gone winless in seven contests after a 0-3 loss in front of the Baggies supporters.
West Brom have secured the services of midfielder Morgan Amalfitano on a season-long loan from Marseille with an option to make the deal permanent.