Pulis: This is Rondon's chance to score

28 Apr 2017
Salomon Rondon, West Brom

West Brom head coach backs striker to get first goal of 2017 against Leicester after injuries to attacking pair

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Tony Pulis has backed Salomon Rondon to step up in the absence of injured attacking pair Matty Phillips and Hal Robson-Kanu when West Bromwich Albion host Leicester City on Saturday.

Phillips and Robson-Kanu picked up injuries in training for West Brom, who have not played since their 1-0 defeat to Liverpool on 16 April.

"It's a blow for us," Pulis, the West Brom head coach, said of the pair, who are expected to miss the next two matches, but he expects the Venezuelan to get a first goal this year.

“Salomon Rondon has the chance to come in and score goal. He is a great lad and everybody likes him around the place.”

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