Jamie Vardy –
Vardy had scored in five of Leicester’s last six home matches before last week’s game with Stoke, though he was influential in Jack Butland putting through his own net in that 1-1 draw.
And Saturday’s game against Bournemouth is a good opportunity to pick up where he left off against Sheffield United a fortnight ago.
The Cherries have conceded 19 goals in their last nine away games, while every Premier League goal they have ever conceded to Leicester has been scored by the 31-year-old.
Troy Deeney –
Deeney’s winner against Everton last week was his first from open play in the Premier League this season, and he is a good bet to repeat the trick against the side he was reportedly close to joining in January.
The 29-year-old must be relieved that move to the Midlands didn’t materialise given the Baggies have conceded 15 goals in their last six games and are slowly sinking into the Championship.
All of his five goals – including three penalties and one in the FA Cup – have come at Vicarage Road this season, while he also scored in this fixture last April.
Aleksandar Mitrovic –
Mitrovic is Fulham’s final piece of the jigsaw: a proper striker who can convert all the chances they create.
Slavisa Jokanovic’s side have made the third-highest number of opportunities in the Championship this season, while the Serb has netted in his last two matches.
Derby have conceded seven goals in their last three games, so the Newcastle loanee should have numerous chances to extend that run.
*Odds subject to change.