After some promising early-season results against the likes of Everton, Arsenal and Manchester United, Leicester have lost three of their past four against distinctly less impressive opposition.
The Foxes are now just one point above the relegation zone, and further pain could be inflicted upon them by a West Brom side boasting the most in-form striker in the Premier League right now.
The Foxes have drawn a blank in four of their five away league games this term, but their fortunes in front of goal have been considerably better.
Both they and their opponents have found the net in each of the four league matches that have taken place at the King Power Stadium this season.
Meanwhile West Brom have scored in each of their past seven games in all competitions, including their last three on the road.
Currently third in the Premier League top-scorer standings behind Diego Costa and Sergio Aguero, Berahino has notched in each of his past four Premier League appearances.
The English youngster has bagged seven league goals in total and should enjoy facing a Leicester defence that has conceded eight in four home games thus far.
Late goals have been a feature of the Baggies recent matches, with five of their past six in all competitions seeing a strike in the 85th minute or later.
That has helped ensure the total goal minutes in their games has been high enough to go over 138.0 in all six of their most recent matches.
Meanwhile, three of Leicester’s four home league games this term have also sailed over a total goal minutes mark of 138.0, making this a very safe-looking wager.
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