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EPL: WBA vs Leicester

West Bromwich Albion hosted Leicester City in their return to the Premier League, The Baggies impressed in the English First Division last season while the Fox is ready to compete for a Champions League ticket this season after an unfortunate decline in end of last season. Whether the Hawthorns' home support will help West Brom have points or Leicester will show strength. 

West Brom are currently on a mission to ensure survival in the Premier League, names like Grady Diangana, Matheus Pereira, Cedric Kipre and David Button joined the club during the summer transfer window, but newcomers arrived No one has a high class. They also said goodbye to veteran midfielder Gareth Barry this season when the 39-year-old hung up his shoes. This is the return to the Premier League after 3 years of Sparrows, after coach Slaven Bilic helped them finish second in the English Division last season after Leeds United. Albion completed his testing in the early part of the season ending with a goalless draw against rivals Brighton in the Premier League. The Baggies' defensive squad has been thoroughly tested by Brighton is capable of holding the ball and goalkeeper Sam Johnston rarely struggles. Indeed, Albion came closest to making a breakthrough with Matheus Periera hitting his head on the wooden frame just before the break and Charlie Austin and Kyle Edwards closing in on the goal after the interval. Albion looked much better in the first 45 minutes in the second half as they held the ball more and looked to have more chances. Albion settled this match with eight first-team players absent, of course, including last weekend's biggest signing Grady Diangana from West Ham.

At the recent national gathering, veteran midfielder Jonny Evans did not serve Northern Ireland and this is good news for the defenders of the Fox, besides they successfully recruited Timothy Castagne under a 5-year contract from Atalanta. Serie A. Timothy Castagne started the Leicester City transfer to replace full-back Ben Chilwell, who passed Chelsea for £ 50 million, fortunately coach Brendan Rodgers kept the pillars Jamie Vardy, Wilfred. Ndidi and James Maddison. Reserve player Daniel Amartey marked his first appearance at King Power Stadium in nearly two years with an opening goal after capitalizing on goalkeeper Andrew Fisher's mistake, but Blackburn equalized in the minute 10 thanks to Derrick Williams' header in the final friendly match of the Foxes.