Ezequiel Schelotto has been passed fit for Albion's trip to Everton on Saturday.

The Argentinian right-back has yet to train since his shuddering collision with Arsenal's Sead Kolasinac at the Amex on Sunday, but manager Chris Hughton has confirmed he is available for selection.

Hughton told The Argus: "There's normal processes he has to go through. He hasn't trained since then.

"All of his training has been with our medical department, but that is only really to tick some boxes.

"He's been fine. That evening and the next morning he was fine. It's just really the normal checks, which should be done."

Hughton has revised his opinion of the force of the second half challenge with Kolasinac, which ended a groggy Schelotto's involvement in Albion's 2-1 win over the Gunners.

Hughton said: "My opinion at the time was it was a coming together. Probably when I saw it again there was a little bit more to it than that. Not as regards malicious, but the contact itself was a little bit fiercer than I thought at the time.

"There's always concerns when you see medical people running on, but thankfully for him he's fine and has made a full recovery."

Former England defensive duo Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka are in contention for Everton after injury absences.