The Premier League returns this weekend and Leicester City will begin their 2020/21 season with a trip to The Hawthorns to face newly promoted West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.

The Foxes ended last season with a poor run of results which saw them drop out of the top four and miss out on Champions League qualification.

A fifth-place finish and a spot in this season’s Europa League would have been seen as a very successful season if you had asked any Leicester fan at the start of the campaign.

However, after being in such as strong position in third place for most of the season and with how poor Leicester’s form was post-lockdown, it may be hard for fans to see it as anything but a failure.

Injuries and suspensions to some of the side’s crucial players seemed to have played a big part in Leicester’s collapse at the end of the season, squad depth proved to be an issue for Brendan Rodgers. Something that still hasn’t been resolved with the new season on the doorstep.

City have only made one signing so far this summer, bringing in 24-year-old Timothy Castagne from Atalanta. While the Belgian is a versatile player, with the ability to play up and down both flanks, Rodgers will need more new arrivals to fix his depth problem, especially now Leicester also have to compete in Europe this year.

Some injuries and suspensions will carry over to the start of the new season, with likes of Jonny Evans, Ricardo Pereira and James Maddison all likely to be unavailable.

Here is how we think Leicester will line-up in their season opener: