West Brom v Peterborough

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West Brom will be looking to star striker Salomon Rondon to break their goal drought when they host Peterborough United in the FA Cup fourth round on Saturday.

The Baggies have only scored one goal in their last three games in all competitions, with a Rondon strike handing them a narrow win over Bristol City in a third round replay of this same tournament 10 days ago.

The home side have options up front with the likes of Saido Berahino, Rickie Lambert and Victor Anichebe on their books but Rondon is the only one producing the goods right now.

Berahino, especially, has struggled to focus all season after having his head turned by reported interest from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer transfer window and has fallen heavily out of favour with manager Tony Pulis in the interim.

The net result was Pulis' admission after last weekend's goalless draw with Aston Villa that Rondon was suffering with fatigue and needed a rest, but it is unclear whether he will risk his side's place in the FA Cup by giving him a break on Saturday.

Chris Brunt (calf) and James Morrison (hamstring) have both been ruled out for the match with injury.

Peterborough are not in the best of form themselves with the League One club arriving at the Hawthorns on the back of two consecutive losses.

They will be buoyed by their hosts struggles up front but will none-the-less have a mountain to climb if they are to qualify for the fifth round of the FA Cup for the first time since 1965.

To make matters even more complicated for Graham Westley's side, they will have to do it without top marksman Conor Washington, who was sold to QPR, and Adil Nabi, who was bought from West Brom and is therefore ineligible due to the terms of the transfer.