West Bromwich Albion (@WBAFCofficial) August 13, 2015
The Baggies will be looking to get their first three points of the season against Watford this weekend, and two new signings could play their parts.
Gnabry arrived on a season-long loan from Arsenal, and will bring pace to the wide positions, whilst Rondon was signed on a club record deal from Zenit St Petersburg.
The Venezuelan striker looks to have all the skills needed to excel in a Pulis team, being a physical forward able to lead the line in a direct system. He also has a keen eye for goal, and could prove to be one of the signings of the summer.
It was expected that Rondon would miss out this weekend, due to a lack of match fitness following his transfer.
However, the pictures of the 25-year-old suggest he is much closer to being ready than thought, and he could play a role at Vicarage Road.
There is no knowing whether Gnabry will feature against the Hornets, but considering the lack of attacking strength shown by the Baggies in the defeat to City, Pulis could want to throw the German youngster into action to add something different to his side.