In a sentence: Alan Pardew is still searching for his first win as West Brom boss, while visitors Arsenal are just a point off the top four.
Last time: A brace from Alexandre Lacazette handed the Gunners a 2-0 win at the Emirates Stadium in September. It was the sixth home win in a row in this fixture, after Arsenal had previously only lost once in 16 games against the Baggies.
This time: West Brom are 22/5 to win, while Arsenal are 3/4 and the draw is 3/1.
You might remember: A first half hat-trick from Theo Walcott at the Emirates in the final game of the 2014/15 season. Arsenal hit four before the break with the game eventually ending 4-1, and while Walcott’s Gunners career looks like it’s ending, the other scorer that day, Jack Wilshere, is set to get a new contract.