Two changes for Leicester, who bring Luke Thomas and James Maddison in, and leave Ricardo Pereira and Ayoze Perez out. West Brom are unchanged again.
Leicester: Schmeichel, Fofana, Evans, Soyuncu, Castagne, Ndidi, Tielemans, Thomas, Maddison, Iheanacho, Vardy. Subs: Albrighton, Ward, Perez, Amartey, Under, Choudhury, Ricardo Pereira, Mendy, Praet.
West Brom: Johnstone, Furlong, O’Shea, Bartley, Townsend, Phillips, Yokuslu, Maitland-Niles, Robinson, Matheus Pereira, Diagne. Subs: Robson-Kanu, Ajayi, Livermore, Diangana, Gallagher, Sawyers, Peltier, Button, Ahearne-Grant.
Referee: Andrew Madley.
West Brom have scored eight goals in their last two games, which is as many as they scored in their first 11. It is an almost Iheanacho-esque level of goalscoring, and suggests the decent Premier League side that has been trying to hatch at the Hawthorns all season has finally emerged, just in time to be relegated.
With 21 points to play for and a gap of only nine between them and 17th-placed Burnley that fate is far from certain, but they must continue to take their chances. Leicester are the last current top-four side that they will face this season, but 12th-placed Wolves are the lowest team they are scheduled to face. This is a bit daunting, but in many ways mid-table sides are precisely the best kind to be playing at this stage in the season, being the most likely to have started daydreaming about imminent holidays, and they have plenty of those to come.
Leicester certainly should have no commitment issues, sitting as they do just one point ahead of fifth-placed West Ham and three away from Liverpool in seventh (with a game in hand on both), with a Champions League place to protect and a daunting run of Manchester United (a), Chelsea (a) and Spurs (h) to close the campaign. So, in short, this might be a good ’un, between two times going for victory. Welcome!