The Baggies are without a win in their last five games but stand in our way as we bid to keep pace with league leaders Leicester, who thumped Swansea 4-0 on Sunday to go eight points clear at the top.
Victory for us tonight (kick-off 8pm) would cut their lead back down to five points with three games remaining, thus keeping the pressure on the Foxes.
But left-back Danny has warned that negotiating our way past Tony Pulis’ men will be no easy task, with Albion having avoided defeat at the Lane in their last three visits.
“It’s going to be a difficult game,” he said. “They beat us at home last season, I watched them against Manchester City a couple of weeks ago and although they’ve got nothing specific to play for, you couldn’t see that from their performance at City.
“They were unlucky not to get something from that game, obviously they’ve had a couple of defeats since then as well so they’ll be wanting to have a very good game against us come kick-off time.”