Northern Ireland waiting for update on Evans' injury woe
Northern Ireland fans will be hoping for good news from the Hawthorns today as West Bromwich Albion await the results of a scan on Jonny Evans' groin injury.
The 29-year-old had to be withdrawn during the first half of the Baggies' 1-0 defeat at Southampton on Saturday evening and boss Tony Pulis said: "Jonny felt his groin but hopefully that will not prove too serious and we have got to it in time.
"Obviously everyone in Northern Ireland will be a little bit concerned about Jonny and we are a little bit concerned."
Sofiane Boufal has, meanwhile, vowed to build on his wonder goal against West Brom and cement a place in the Southampton team.
The Moroccan midfielder has been mainly limited to a substitute role, but he made the most of his latest cameo. Four minutes after coming off the bench, Boufal went on a mazy run from deep inside his own half. He beat six players before finishing into the corner to secure a 1-0 victory for Saints.
"I'm so happy with the goal - for my family and all the people who have helped me. I just want to think about the future and work hard."