West Bromwich Albion's Jonny Evans is available for a first Premier League match since 2 January, Tony Pulis has confirmed.
The defender has missed the Baggies' last four fixtures with a calf strain, but joins Claudio Yacob in returning to full fitness for Saturday's trip to West Ham United.
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“It’s massive to have both he and Jonny Evans back for this match," head coach Pulis told wba.co.uk. “Yacob has been outstanding for us this season. We certainly have a couple of decisions to make.”
While West Brom boast a clean bill of health, West Ham, who lie a place and five points behind Albion, could be without a number of key players including Andy Carroll (the striker needs one more goal to become the fifth Hammers player to score 30 PL goals for the club).
See: 'Late decision on Carroll'