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West Bromwich Albion are desperate to halt a run of four games without a victory in the Championship’s big evening clash against Leeds United. Both Albion and Leeds enjoyed flying starts to the season but, while Marcelo Bielsa’s side have managed to maintain theirs, the Baggies have plummeted in recent weeks.

Formation switch?
A prominent debate amongst the West Bromwich Albion fanbase in recent weeks and months has been discussing whether Darren Moore should be persisting sbobet88888 with the adopted 3-4-1-2 formation, a set-up that has served the Baggies well in the first quarter of the campaign but has showed signs of being found out by Championship opposition.

Ones that got away?
Two former West Bromwich Albion whizz kids make their first returns to The Hawthorns on Saturday evening. Attacking pair Kemar Roofe and Tyler Roberts have played key roles in Leeds United's ascent to Championship table-toppers but both players' journeys started in Albion's academy.

Bielsa's warning
Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa won’t be including any of his youngsters in the squad to face West Bromwich Albion. The veteran head coach, who has guided his team to the Championship summit after 16 matches, went to watch the club’s under-23s earlier this week.

Injury news
Darren Moore has confirmed that West Brom threesome Gareth Barry, sbobet88888 Dwight Gayle and Kieran Gibbs are all in contention to face Leeds United at The Hawthorns on Saturday. Moore has been without the key trio in recent matches against Blackburn Rovers and Hull City; in fact Barry hasn’t featured at all since before the last international break.

Blues dealt blow in striker hunt - 'A move isn't on my mind'
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Blues dealt blow in striker hunt - 'A move isn't on my mind'

maxbet CHELSEA target Robert Lewandowski has dampened reports linking him with a move to Stamford Bridge, saying he can imagine finishing his career at Bayern Munich. Chelsea are in the market for a striker, having lost patience with £58million man Alvaro Morata. The Spaniard was supposed to succeed Diego Costa at the forefront of the Blues attack but has struggled to impress in west London. The 26-year-old has a below-par record of 22 goals in 70 Chelsea games, and manager Maurizio Sarri has begun to favour Eden Hazard in a false nine role over Morata.

Strike colleague Olivier Giroud was originally bought as a back-up to Morata and Sarri does not trust the facilitating Frenchman to lead his line either. The winter transfer window is often looked upon as a tough period to secure elite-level players, maxbet but Chelsea will keep their eyes peeled during January. The club originally the bookies’ favourites to sign Lewandowski in the summer as a move away from Bayern Munich looked inevitable. The Poland international is among Europe’s elite strikers, and spearheaded Borussia Dortmund to consecutive league titles under Jurgen Klopp before joining their rivals for free in 2014.

The 6ft 1in marksman has scored 173 goals in 219 appearances for Bayern, maxbet with whom he has won a further four league titles. Although 30 years old, he remains of interest to Chelsea, who would have to lure him away from a contract that ties him to the German champions until 2021. Those hopes have been dealt a blow just as the window opens, however, as Lewandowski has revealed his ambition to stay at the Allianz Arena. Speaking to German newspaper Sport Bild, the striker said: “For me, it's definitely an option to end my career at Bayern.