No team lineups have been published for this match yet. Team lineups are generally announced in the hour leading up to kick off. In the meantime, here's how the teams lined up in their previous fixtures:
Manchester United have lost two of their last three home Premier League games against West Brom (W1), this after being unbeaten in the previous seven.
Aside from those two wins, West Brom have failed to score in three of their last five league games at Old Trafford.
Wayne Rooney has scored seven goals and assisted five more in his last 10 Premier League appearances against West Bromwich Albion.
A visiting player has been sent off in two of the last three Premier League games between these two (Juan Mata in March 2016, Gareth McAuley in November 2015).
Manchester United have scored with just 9.1% of their shots in the Premier League this season; their lowest shot conversion ratio in the competition in a single season since 2004-05 (8.2%).
The Red Devils have already had 33 more shots (463) and 26 more shots on target (170) this Premier League season than they did in the whole 2015-16 under Louis van Gaal.
West Bromwich Albion have scored more goals from defenders (12) than any other Premier League team this season.
James Morrison could make his 300th Premier League appearance in this match, becoming just the fourth Scottish player to reach this landmark after Darren Fletcher, Paul Telfer and Gary McAllister.
West Bromwich Albion have outrun their opponents in a league-high 93% of their matches in the Premier League this season (27/29), including the last 19 games in a row.
On the other hand, Manchester United have been outrun by their opponents in all but three of their 27 Premier League matches this season – the worst record by a Premier League side in 2016-17.