Watford will be seeking their first Premier League win in two months when they face West Brom at the Hawthorns on Saturday.
Quique Flores' side has surprised many with their football this season and were just outside the European places at one stage of the campaign.
But they have suffered a dip in form since the turn of the year, recording just two victories in their last 13 league outings to sit 15th in the standings.
However, the Hornets are pretty much safe from relegation after picking up 38 points from their 33 games to date, although they haven't won in six games.
They did manage to arrest a five-match losing streak with the 1-1 draw against Everton last time out.
The 14th-placed Baggies are also hoping to get back to winning ways after two defeats and a draw in their last three encounters.
Tony Pulis' team had embarked on a four-match unbeaten run prior to that, which included a 2-2 draw with Leicester and a 1-0 success over Manchester United.
In team news, Pulis will hand late fitness tests to Salomon Rondon, Alex Pritchard and Callum McManaman.
Striker Rondon was forced off with a back injury during the 2-1 loss to Manchester City last weekend, while midfielders Pritchard and McManaman are nursing hip and ankle problems respectively.
Visiting boss Flores has a fully-fit squad at his disposal, although he is likely to rotate with an eye on the FA Cup semi-final clash with Crystal Palace next week.
But defender Joel Ekstrand is unlikely to see any game-time as he is short of match fitness after only returning to training this week following a long-term knee injury.