Albion travel to the West Midlands to take on high-flying Aston Villa tomorrow afternoon (3pm, BT Sport).

But where will the key battles take place that could decide the match?

Well below are the five that could be decisive:

Jack Grealish v Tariq Lamptey:

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This battle is one that even neutrals will be highly anticipating. It sees one of the new kids on the block for England take on an up and young English full-back.

Grealish has as ever been a vital part of how well Villa have done this season.

He has already scored five goals and got six assists.

In charge of trying to keep Grealish quiet will be Lamptey.

The 20-year-old has made an impressive start to the campaign and has become a key player for Albion at right wing back.

His pace and willingness to get forward has seen him score his first Premier League goal in their 2-1 defeat to Spurs.

However, Lamptey will have his hands full with Grealish.

But the defender will be hoping to try and get on the front foot and force the winger to do more defending than attacking.

Ollie Watkins v Lewis Dunk and Adam Webster:

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Watkins has begun his debut season in the top-flight well.

He has scored eight goals in all competitions and got one assist, which included a hat trick against Liverpool and a brace against Arsenal prior to the international break.

In charge of trying to keep him out will be Adam Webster and skipper Lewis Dunk.

The 28-year-old has missed Albion’s last three games after being sent off in the 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace.

If Dunk and Webster can keep Watkins quiet, they could be on course to make it back-to-back clean sheets in the league for Albion.

It would also cap off a lovely birthday for Dunk, who turns 29 tomorrow.

Ross Barkley v Ben White:

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Barkley is another of Villa’s summer signings, who has made a big impact.

The on-loan Chelsea midfielder has scored two goals and got an assist.

He has given Dean Smith another attacking threat and playmaker along with Grealish.

Ben White will be tasked with marking the England international at Villa Park.

The 22-year-old started this season in a back three alongside Dunk and Webster, but in the last few matches, the Seagulls head coach Graham Potter has played him in a defensive midfield role.

White will have to pay close attention to Barkley with his movement on and off the ball.

However, if White can keep Barkley from causing Albion problems then they could be on course for a positive result.

Danny Welbeck v Tyrone Mings and Ezri Konsa:

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Welbeck has made a good start to his career at Albion, since joining them on a one-year deal last month.

The 29-year-old came off the bench in the 74th minute in the defeat to Spurs but did not really get a sniff of goal.

He was handed his first start in the 0-0 draw against Burnley at the Amex prior to the break and played 85 minutes.

Welbeck did get a couple of sights of goal but was denied both times by Nick Pope.

He could well be in line to start again tomorrow afternoon with Leandro Trossard missing for the Seagulls.

If he does, he will be up against Tyrone Mings and Ezri Konsa.

The pair have kept four clean sheets this season and will be hoping to make it back-to-back shutouts in the league.

Welbeck will need to use his experience and intelligence if he is going to get the better of the two defenders.

Dean Smith v Graham Potter:

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The clash between the two managers will be interesting. Smith has got Villa flying high so far in this campaign.

Whereas Potter’s Albion side have been impressing with their performances but have not got the results to match them.

He will be hoping to not only get the Seagulls second win of the season but also record their first victory at Villa Park.