West Brom try to put a dent in Leicester ambitions tonight with boss Tony Pulis saying that if they do emerge as champions it would eclipse the achievement of Brian Clough’s Nottingham Forest in 1978.
Pulis said: “I really do think it’s that big. But the divide then wasn’t as great as it is now between those who’ve got it and those who haven’t.
“The Premier League wasn’t in place, so you’d most probably put what they are doing in front of that.”
“They don’t over complicate things and they play to their strengths. They’re an exciting team, with great legs and they push and pull together.
“It doesn’t half make a difference when those people are in their right slots and know what they’re doing.”
“It’s no coincidence they’re up at the top with 11 games to go.
“They’ve not fluked it. Sometimes you need to be a lucky general rather than a good general.”
Leicester will be without midfield star N’Golo Kante who has been ruled out for two games with a hamstring injury.