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Obviously, West Brom return to the top League this season after two years of Championship football, though somewhat understandably
And Slaven Bilić’s side are among football fans favourites to drop out of the top tier at the first time of asking.
With West Brom’s only transfer business of note the permanent signings of loan duo Pereira and Diangana from Sporting CP and West Ham respectively
Bilić’s squad has gone largely strengthened this summer, increasingly the likelihood of a season of struggle for the club.
Leicester City were denied a spot in the League’s top four on the final day of last season when they were beaten at home by Manchester United.
The final day loss was a fitting full stop to what had proved a miserable end to the campaign for Leicester City’s side
It’s easy to forget just how formidable an outfit Brendan Rodgers’ team were in the first half of the 2019/20 season
However, and with talented young players like Harvey Barnes, James Maddison, Wilfred Ndidi, Youri Tielemans and Demarai Gray battle-hardened
Of course definitely after a year of ups and downs, Leicester look better equipped to maintain their consistency this term.
Ben Chilwell, who exited the King Power Stadium to join Chelsea over the summer, is a big loss at left-back
However, though Belgian international Timothy Castagne, signed from Atalanta, could prove a smart replacement for half the price.
With points to prove and wrongs to right, Leicester will be determined to start the 2020/21 League season with their best foot-forward
And having definitely started the previous campaign like a house on fire with just two defeats in their opening 17 fixtures
West Brom’s confidence could be fragile at the Hawthorns on Sunday, and fans expect a higher-class Leicester team to capitalize.
With last season’s Golden Boot winner Jamie Vardy leading the line, and a technically talented supporter cast behind the veteran hitman
City have the tools to unlock a Baggies defence that kept just five clean sheets in 23 Championship home matches last season.
However, Albion collected an impressive 83 points to secure the second automatic promotion place behind Leeds in the Championship last term