Leicester city must be wary of wounded West Brom, says James

Carrie Guzman
March 12, 2018

Riyad Mahrez produced a majestic performance to create one goal and score another as Leicester City came back from a goal down to hammer bottom side West Bromwich Albion 4-1 in the Premier League on Saturday.

Stranded at the bottom of the points table, finding it tough to get anywhere near safety, Alan Pardew's West Brom look destined to face the drop this season.

The odds of a great escape for the Baggies are slim, and they're even slimmer when Alan Pardew is your manager, but their remaining schedule is set to be one of the most miraculous survivals in Premier League history.

Iheanacho scored his side's third goal after Jamie Vardy's goal in the 21 minute equalised for them.

"I've never been very, very good on it".

"But I will still talk to them and get a feeling of what they think because they might think a change is a better thing for the club, I don't know".

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The former Manchester City forward told Leicester City's official website that he is wary of the threat the outgoing English Premier League champions pose to his side's ambition.

"We weren't fighting", the 56-year-old said. This weekend they will attempt to get some points on the board and close the gap as they take on Leicester City at home.

Pardew's future has been a talking point amongst the fans for the last few weeks and, judging by comments that he made to BBC Sport after the loss to the Foxes, it appears that he is somewhat resigned to the possibility that he may soon be out of a job.

Pardew substituted West Brom midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak just before the hour mark.

Rondon then went on a run which ended in a shot that was deflected behind by Morgan, the last major action of a half which had been better than expected. For me, it's about planning for next week and getting ready for a hard game at Bournemouth and that's what I will do. With only nine games left to play, it looks likes an impossible task for the Baggies, who have managed only three league wins this season.

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