ALBION face a 16-from-20 decision for their trip to the Emirates.

Graham Potter had 20 outfield players at training yesterday in the run-up to the Premier League fixture against Arsenal.

They included left-back Bernardo, now back up to speed after a persistent knee injury.

The Brazilian left-back eased himself back in with 45 minutes with the under-23s at home to West Ham last Wednesday.

He travelled to Anfield for the Premier League clash at the weekend in a non-playing capacity as part of the process of settling back in.

Potter said: “It was important for us to get him back into the group.

“He has been away for a while so it was nice for him to go away with us.”

Key decisions for Potter would appear to include whether Steven Alzate comes into the starting XI and what part Leandro Trossard plays.

Hector Bellerin’s hamstring injury will be assessed ahead of Freddie Ljungberg’s first home game in interim charge of the Gunners. Bellerin has missed the last two games.