West Brom vs Leicester kick-off time, TV and live stream information

Leicester City will be looking to put the disappointment of missing out on Champions League qualification on the final day of last season behind them when they get their 2020/21 campaign up and running on Sunday.

Brendan Rodgers’ side slipped from third to fifth in the final days of last season, meaning they qualified for the Europa League instead.

Their first 2020/21 Premier League takes them to The Hawthorns, where they’ll play newly-promoted West Brom.

Leicester have lost Ben Chilwell to Chelsea over the summer, with their only signing so far being defender Timothy Castagne from Serie A side Atalanta.

West Brom have signed Matheus Pereira on a permanent deal from Sporting Lisbon, following a successful loan spell last season, and Grady Diangana from West Ham, much to the chagrin of Hammers captain Mark Noble.

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Two Premier League matches are being played on Sunday, and West Brom vs Leicester is the first of those.

Kick-off in the West Midlands is at 2pm, and precedes Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton, which gets underway at 4.30pm.

The other two teams to have come up from the Championship – Leeds and Fulham – play Liverpool at 3pm and Arsenal at 12.30pm on Saturday respectively.

West Brom vs Leicester TV channel and live stream

Both of Sunday’s Premier League matches will be shown on Sky Sports.

Coverage of Leicester City’s trip to West Brom begins at 1pm on the Main Event and Premier League channels, with Spurs’ clash with Everton following straight afterwards.

The match is not on free-to-air TV, meaning fans will need to pay for Sky Sports access.

Those who do can stream the match, either through Sky Go or Now TV, whichever you use to pay for Sky Sports.

West Brom vs Leicester odds

Both sides limped to the finish line of their respective leagues six weeks ago.

The Baggies won just three of their last 11 Championship fixtures to stumble across the promotion finishing line, while Leicester were denied a Champions League place on the final day, winning just four of their last 17 fixtures.

So who will be the more refreshed at The Hawthorns?

West Brom are 11/4 with thepools.com to start with a win, while the visitors are an appealing Evens.

Leicester have won on their last four PL trips to The Hawthorns, took 13 out of 18 points against promoted teams last season, and only three clubs kept more clean sheets in the Premier League than Leicester last season.

That all points to an excellent value away win with Leicester to win to nil 11/5.

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