No new injuries for Hodgson
West Bromwich Albion,
Roy Hodgson is boosted by having no fresh injury problems ahead of his penultimate game as West Brom boss at Bolton on Sunday.
The Baggies chief will depart the Hawthorns following the side's final two games of the campaign - at the Reebok Stadium this weekend and a home clash with Arsenal on Sunday week - to take over the England manager's hot-seat.
However, Hodgson is looking to bow out on a high note and will be encouraged by the news that only midfielder Zoltan Gera and right-back Steven Reid are definite absentees with their long-term injury problems.
West Brom could be boosted by an appearance from Scotland international James Morrison, who has recovered from a knee injury which it was thought would rule him out for the season.
Hodgson will make a late decision on his possible involvement, while Shane Long is expected to recover from a knock he suffered in last week's goalless draw against Aston Villa.
If the Republic of Ireland international fails to make it then Marc-Antoine Fortune will step into the forward line against Owen Coyle's struggling Wanderers.