Gordon Greer and Andrea Orlandi could both return to Albion's starting line-up against Reading in the FA Cup at The Amex tomorrow.
Skipper Greer has not played since suffering a calf injury in the home win against Leicester on December 7.
Assistant head coach Nathan Jones said this morning: "GG trained yesterday and is going to be training again. God willing he will have no reaction to that, so that's a plus point.
"It's good to have competition in that area. We have it with four very good centre-halves. He trained yesterday with a real energy. He's determined to come back and prove a point."
Spanish midfielder Orlandi made an impact as a late substitute in Wednesday's 1-1 home draw with Bournemouth. He has missed most of the season due to knee surgery and swelling.
Jones said:"We brought him back for the Bournemouth game away (November 30) and he wasn't quite ready.
"It's very pleasing to have him back. He's a great lad, technically a fantastic player, so to have him back playing more like himself was very good."
Keith Andrews, Kemy Agustien and Ashley Barnes are also likely starters. Boss Oscar Garcia is poised to utilise the strength in depth of his squad but Bruno (thigh) remains sidelined.