Harry Redknapp has been impressed with West Brom's football this season.
We travel to The Hawthorns for a 2pm kick-off on Sunday on the back of our goalless draw against Fulham on Boxing Day while the Baggies are back on home soil following a 2-0 loss at Chelsea.
Tony Mowbray's side beat Manchester City last time out at The Hawthorns and have won plaudits for their passing style this season.
"Tony has done a great job in my opinion," said Harry. "They play terrific football. They've been in games like against Wigan when they hammered them and got beaten.
"They've just beaten City so they will be up and it will be a very tough game."
Jermaine Jenas shared the manager's opinion. "I saw the teams that came up and West Brom were one of the teams I fancied to do well because they are a footballing side, they passed their way into the Premier League but unfortunately they haven't picked up the points.
"They managed a good result against City though and I'm sure they'll be confident now."