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Leicester vs. West Brom

The Walkers Stadium

7 November 2009

3pm

Leicester v West Brom

It will be all friends and handshakes today as former West Brom Assistant Manager Nigel Pearson and former Albion player Craig Shakespeare host West Brom at The Walkers Stadium.

Vital Quotes:

'I played twice and scored twice against Leicester last season.'

Leicester Team News:

Leicester have no fresh injury worries so Nigel Pearson could name an unchanged side from the one that beat QPR 2-1 last weekend.

Player to watch: D J Campbell

Not certain to start by any means but this former Birmingham City goal grabber could feature today and break a few Baggie hearts.

West Brom Team News:

Apart from long term injuries, (to Ishmael Miller, Neil Clement, and James Morrison), Roberto Di Matteo has the whole of his squad available for selection for the game today.

Player to watch: Joe Mattock

Joe Mattock is bound to get a lot of stick from his former club's supporters. How he reacts to this animosity could be a key to how this game develops, especially at the back, for Albion.

Match Facts & Stats

Last time we met:

Football League Championship

8 December 2007

Leicester 1 West Brom 2 (Gera, Beattie)

Match Prediction:

Here at Vital WBA we think that this top of the table clash will finish deadlocked at 1-1.

Next Fixture:

Sat 21 November 2009

3pm

West Brom v Bristol City




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Writer: Craig Coggle Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 7 2009

Time: 8:56AM

 

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