Four of the last five matches between these two in all competitions have featured at least four goals.
Leicester v West Brom - Sunday 16:30, Sky Sports 1
Leicester ended their losing streak away from home in the Premier League last week against Spurs, doing a better impression of the team they were last season. They came from behind as they have so many times before to earn a valuable point, but at home to West Brom they will have to curb their counter-attacking instincts in favour of a more proactive approach. Indeed, their home form has been more reminiscent of last season where they remain unbeaten in the Premier League, winning three of their five games and conceding just twice.
West Brom had a tough afternoon at home to a revived Man City where they were uncharacteristically torn apart. It was both predictable and understandable that Tony Pulis would park the bus, but after falling behind in front of their own fans it was bitterly disappointing to see them revert to damage limitation mode (unsuccessfully) rather than search for an equaliser. They lacked imagination on the rare occasions they had the ball, Salomon Rondon cutting an isolated figure up front. West Brom have only won twice in their last 19 top-flight outings, and need to pick up more victories if they're to avoid a relegation battle.
Leicester have scored at least two goals in six of their last eight home Premier League matches, while against bottom-half clubs they’ve won 11 of their last 13 at the King Power. Although most teams are more open than the Baggies, four of the last five matches between these two in all competitions have featured at least four goals. This includes all three encounters with Pulis at the helm, who has yet to beat Leicester with his current club. Both teams scored in those three games, and in six of West Brom's last seven matches. As a result, we think backing Leicester/both teams to score at 4.4 offers good value, especially with Kasper Schmeichel ruled out through injury for the hosts.