Having been dumped out of the EFL Cup by Derby County earlier this season, West Bromwich Albion got a much-needed rest during midweek whilst the majority of their rivals faced the next round of the competition.
For once the Spaniard boss has few new injuries to report and actually could welcome back some new faces into the fold.
With that in mind, Corberan can be expected to make just two changes from that side that downed the Rangers on the road.
Alex Palmer will once again continue in goal, behind a back four bolstered by a big injury boost.
Whilst Erik Pieters and Darnell Furlong will remain in the full-back positions, Semi Ayayi is poised to make a return to the starting lineup after it was detailed nearly two weeks ago that he and two others were in the “last step of their recoveries”.
The “powerful” £16.5k-per-week stopper – as dubbed by Kevin Phillips – will be a welcome return to partner the resurgent Kyle Bartley. Young Dara O’Shea will be an unfortunate casualty of this recall.
Given their return to The Hawthorns, a midfield shuffle can be expected to allow West Brom to play more on the front foot.
As such, Taylor Gardner-Hickman will replace Jayson Molumby, whilst Okay Yokuslu will remain the sole enforcer in the engine room.
That, therefore, leaves an unchanged front four, which once again sees them start without a recognised striker.
John Swift will be hoping to continue his fine form in the number ten role, flanked by the talents of Jed Wallace and Grady Diangana.
Matt Phillips will remain up front, with his relentless running and experience sure to be imperative to maintaining an efficient press that could win them the game.
This game may come just too soon for the returning Daryl Dike.
Predicted West Brom XI: Palmer; Furlong, Bartley, Ajayi, Pieters; Yokuslu, Gardner-Hickman; Wallace, Swift, Diangana; Phillips.