Despite dominating from the first whistle in the Merseyside derby, Liverpool left Anfield with just one point, depriving themselves of an opportunity to surpass Chelsea into third.
They head into their clash with the Baggies looking to extend their unbeaten run to 11 games, however, in search of a top-four finish.
Their opposition on Wednesday are in transition, with Alan Pardew tasked with renovating a side ultimately bogged down by Tony Pulis’ restrictive approach, having not won since August.
Check This Is Anfield for the team news ahead of the Reds’ latest clash.
The match kicks off at 8pm (GMT)—that’s 3pm in New York, 12pm in Los Angeles, 7am (Thursday) in Sydney, 11pm in Nairobi and midnight in Dubai.
Rest of the World
Supporters can find the Reds’ latest Premier League clash on the following channels worldwide:
beIN Sports Arabia 3 HD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT Arabia, SuperSport 6 Africa, Flow Sports App, DIRECTV Sports Argentina, DIRECTV Sports Caribbean, Optus Sport, Watch ESPN Brasil, Astro Go, beIN Sports 2 Thailand, beIN Sports Connect Thailand, Sportsnet Now, Sportsnet World, Sportsnet World Now, DIRECTV Sports Chile, QQ Sports Live, Ssports Live, BesTV, PPTV Sport China, Sky HD, SKY Planeta Futbol, DIRECTV Sports Ecuador, LeTV Sports Hong Kong, Now 625, Stod 2 Sport, Hotstar, beIN Sports Connect Indonesia, SportsNavi Live, DAZN Japan, SuperSport Kosova 3, SPS HD, beIN Sports Connect New Zealand, DIRECTV Sports Peru, Canal+ Sport Online, DIRECTV Sports Puerto Rico, NTV+ Sport Online, Match TV Arena, mio Stadium 105, Movistar+, Movistar TV Futbol,
Eleven Taiwan, Digiturk Play, beIN CONNECT Turkey, DIRECTV Sports Uruguay, DIRECTV Sports Venezuela, K +NS
Keep an eye on This Is Anfield for live coverage throughout the evening.
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