Albion travel to Selhurst Park tomorrow to take on their rivals Crystal Palace (2pm, Sky Sports).

However, just where will the key battles take place that could help to decide the match.

Well below are the five battles which could prove decisive:

Jeffery Schlupp v Tariq Lamptey:

The Argus:

This could be an entertaining clash between two very pacey players.

Schlupp caused real problems down the left side as Palace beat Manchester United at Old Trafford earlier in the season.

Lamptey has been a key performer for Albion so far this season. He has shown no fear and has been willing to run at his opponents.

This has led to him winning two penalties and also getting an assist.

This battle will all hinge on whether Palace can stop Lamptey from getting forward as if they do not Schlupp might spend more time tracking back and defending than going forward.

Wilfried Zaha v Lewis Dunk, Adam Webster and Ben White:

The Argus:

Zaha has been in top form for Palace so far this season, scoring three goals.

He has been the most prolific in his career against Albion scoring six goals and getting two assists in his 12 appearances against them.

Albion’s back three of White, Dunk and Webster will be looking to get back to their best after conceding four at Everton before the international break.

Neal Maupay v Mamadou Sakho and Cheikhou Kouyate:

The Argus:

Maupay has been in great form so far this season for Albion scoring four goals in his first four games this season.

However, he will face a tough battle against Sakho and Kouyate at Selhurst.

Kouyate has had to drop into centre half so far this season with the injuries to Gary Cahill and James Tomkins.

However, if Maupay can use his pace up against the Sakho and Kouyate he may well end up scoring at Selhurst Park again.

Yves Bissouma v Luka Milivojevic:

The Argus:

This will be a battle of two no-nonsense midfielders. Milivojevic is a key figure for Palace in the middle of the park and will certainly throw himself into a tackle.

The Serbian will also be a threat from dead-ball situations.

Bissouma has become a regular starter for Albion in the midfield under Graham Potter and has only missed three games this season due to serving a suspension for his red card in the 3-0 win at Newcastle.

He will be hoping to try and get Albion on the front foot and will certainly not shy away from the opportunity to take a shot as he has already proved with his goal against Everton in the 4-2 defeat.

Andros Townsend v Solly March:

The Argus:

This clash could be really gripping one down the other wing. Townsend is always involved for Palace in everything good they do whether that be setting up a goal, scoring them or causing problems for defenses with his pace and skill.

March found himself being a regular for Potter in the left wing back role this season and has already scored one goal as well as picking up an assist.

He is such a threat for Albion with his good delivery and his ability to be able to cut and take aim at goal.

If March can get high up the pitch, then he could have a big say in the game.