HYS: Should Morrison start for West Bromwich Albion against Hull?

The race for promotion tends to go down to the wire in the Championship, and it looks as though that could happen again.

At the moment only four points separate first from sixth in the standings, and West Bromwich Albion find themselves fifth.

The club have struggled in recent outings as they were beaten by Wigan Athletic and Derby County.

Last weekend the Baggies were restricted to a 1-1 draw by Blackburn Rovers, which makes this Saturday’s game against Hull City at the KCOM Stadium that much more important.

James Morrison has had to settle for a bit-part role for the majority of the season having only played 90 minutes twice this season, and both of them were in the EFL Cup.

At the weekend, though, the midfielder, who has played 363 league games across the Premier League and Championship, was positioned in a deep-lying midfield role.

Usually Morrison plays as a number 10, but Harvey Barnes kept his place and the pair worked well.

Taking into consideration West Brom’s recent results, should Moore stick with Morrison for the trip to Hull?

Let us know by voting below.