Ipswich are currently propping up the table, five points adrift of safety whilst West Brom could go second with victory.
Ipswich have no new injury or suspension concerns as Jon Nolan returns from a dead leg.
Teddy Bishop (hamstring), Ellis Harrison (ankle) and Myles Kenlock (ankle) all remain sidelined but are expected to be fit within next few weeks.
Emyr Hews has suffered a setback as he recovers from knee surgery and remains absent for an unknown period alongside Tom Adeyemi who continues his recovery from an Achilles injury.
West Bromwich Albion have Gareth Barry and Chris Brunt back from injuries but will be without Kyle Bartley, who is ruled out with a knee injury.
Ahmed Hegazi and Matt Phillips are both available after returning from international duty with no injuries.
Since Paul Lambert took full charge following Ipswich’s 3-0 defeat at Millwall, the Tractor Boys have drawn their last two matches.
Their home form however has been pretty solid with six draws from eight, with their two defeats coming against Middlesbrough and QPR last month.
West Bromwich Albion meanwhile ended a rut of one point in four by running riot in a 4-1 thrashing of Leeds last time out.
The Baggies however are winless in their last three away games, scoring twice and conceding four.
This is going to be a tough match for Ipswich but Paul Lambert has had a fortnight to fully work on improving their play.
West Brom however will be too strong here despite their recent away woes as the Tractor Boys continue to adapt to Lambert’s style, so can see an away win here.
Prediction: Ipswich Town 0-2 West Bromwich Albion