Leicester vs West Brom by Luke
Even though they didn't get the victory last time out away to Bournemouth, it still can be represented as a positive result since the team took a point in a goalless draw match two weeks ago. It must be said that it's a positive outcome for them since the visiting side had much more of the ball possession and chances created during the game.
They were especially better in the second halftime and only thing that they lacked was the final effort. Even though it represents a positive outcome, the side didn't win in last five matches in Premier League and surely is under pressure now for this one. They are at eighteenth position at the table, having just five points earned so far which is three less than safely placed Stoke and a victory here is their only ambition.
Defender Benjamin Chilwell (2/0) is doubtful with a knock, while injured remain central back Robert Huth (without performing so far in the season) as well as midfielder Matthew James (4/0) with other midfielder Adrien Silva remaining unavailable for selection till January.
West Brom, on the other side, also managed to take a point in previous Premier League played, as the side had a 2:2 draw at home against Watford last time out. However, they can't be satisfied fully with the final result since the team had the double lead already after twenty minutes of play (goals from Rondon and Evans), but the visitors were actually the ones who proved to be more concrete from that moment on.
Not only that, they had much more of the ball possession as well and did deserve that point, getting it via Doucoure in 37th minute and deservedly in fifth minute of additional time with a goal from Richarlison. West Brom is now at eleventh position only four above the relegation zone.
Offensive midfielder Nacer Chadli remains unfit and anyway without playing so far. Hal Robson-Kanu and James Morrison both remain doubtful.
- Leicester have won 1 of their last 10 league games, whilst West Brom have failed to win in 11 of their last 12 away from home.
It seems that the international break came in the right moment for Leicester and I expect the side to react much better in this one. Neither West Brom is in a decent form and with the help of Leicester's fans, they should be able to record a victory here easy or hard.