Albion host Liverpool at the Amex tomorrow afternoon (12:30pm, BT Sport).

But just where will the key battles take place that could decide the game.

Well below are five that could prove to be decisive:

Mohamed Salah v Solly March:

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This one could prove to be pivotal to how well Liverpool do against Albion. Salah has become one of The Reds' most valuable players.

In charge of keeping an eye on the Egyptian international will be March.

He has shone at left wing back for Albion this season and has proved to be a real threat down the left flank, scoring two goals and getting one assist.

The 26-year-old heads into the game off the back of scoring that superb winner against Aston Villa last weekend.

He will be hoping to use his attacking threat to his advantage and try to force Salah to go backwards rather than forwards.

Danny Welbeck v Joel Matip and Fabinho:

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Welbeck has given Albion a different option up top and has impressed early on.

He put in a man of the match performance in the win over Villa, which saw him open his account for the Seagulls.

The 30-year-old is a proven goalscorer in the Premier League and At just over six foot he also offers Albion more of aerial threat.

Welbeck will have to go up against Matip and Fabinho when the Seagulls take on Liverpool.

It might not be The Reds first-choice partnership, but Welbeck will have to use his movement and intelligence to try and get the better of them.

Diogo Jota v Ben White:

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Jota is in great form for Jurgen Klopp's side.

He has scored three goals in his last four games. However, with Salah back he may well end up playing just behind Roberto Firmino.

That means that it will be White's job to keep an eye on him.

The 22-year-old has done well for Albion as a defensive midfielder.

He has also shown his ability to drop in and help out the back four and almost act as a third centre back when defending.

White put in an excellent performance against Villa, with his passing and also his defending, which included putting in a toe to deny Ollie Watkins a goalscoring opportunity.

He will have to be at his very best again if he wants to keep Jota from finding the back of the net.

Roberto Firmino v Lewis Dunk and Adam Webster:

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After a slow start to the season, the Brazilian has started to find his feet.

The Liverpool frontman scored his second goal of the season in their 3-0 win over Leicester last weekend.

Adam Webster and skipper Lewis Dunk will be hoping to keep him quiet at the Amex.

Albion's centre backs were reunited last weekend and made some vital blocks and interceptions to help them secure the win against Villa.

They will be hoping to stop Firmino from getting on the scoresheet in the hope of helping Albion to keep their second consecutive clean sheet at the Amex.

Neal Maupay v James Milner:

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After scoring four goals in Albion's first four league games, Maupay has struggled to find the back of the net.

He went close to breaking his goalless run last weekend against Villa when Welbeck played him in.

However, he was well closed down by Emiliano Martinez and saw his effort saved.

With Welbeck having started along with Maupay in Albion's last two games, the Frenchman has found himself having to switch between playing through the middle and on the left wing.

But with Alexander-Arnold out, he will find himself up against the experienced figure of Milner.

And Maupay will be hoping to use his pace and skill to try and get the better of the 34-year-old.