ALBION boss Graham Potter has given an injury update ahead of the fixture against Tottenham Hotspur.

Adam Lallana, who was forced off against Liverpool with a hamstring injury, will miss out against the London side.

The midfielder has undergone a scan and is still waiting for the full results on the severity of the injury.

Potter said: "We're just waiting on a scan for Adam Lallana, but it looks like it's going to be a minor problem.

"It's a case of getting it diagnosed properly and then going from there."

Lallana's injury will be a blow for Potter, although he can rely on Jakub Moder, Enock Mwepu and Pascal Gross to fill in for the former England midfielder.

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Adam Webster has been absent since picking up a groin strain before the Burnley match and will miss the Tottenham match as he continues his recovery.

Potter could look to bring Mwepu into the starting lineup after he returned to the first-team squad against the Reds.

Mwepu was just finding his form before his most recent injury lay off and could provide Albion with some much-needed energy in the middle of the park.

Tottenham could be without midfielder Oliver Skipp and centre-back Japhet Tanganga, as both players have been absent since early February. Ryan Sessegnon will also miss out with a hamstring issue.