Leicester City rallied from a goal down to beat West Bromwich Albion 4-1 at The Hawthorns.
The hosts led when Salomon Rondon stretched to meet Oliver Burke’s eighth-minute cross.
Leicester replied on 21 minutes through Jamie Vardy's glorious first-time volley of Riyad Mahrez’s pass over the top.
The Foxes took charge in the second half, Mahrez controlling Kelechi Iheanacho’s chipped pass and finishing neatly.
Iheanacho headed in Ben Chilwell’s cross on 76 minutes and Vicente Iborra followed suit from a Marc Albrighton corner in added time.
Eighth-placed Leicester move on to 40 points.
West Brom remain bottom after six straight defeats, eight points adrift of safety, with 20 points.
West Brom: 17 Mar v AFC Bournemouth (A)
Leicester: 31 Mar v Brighton (A)