Date: 10th November 2016 at 2:26pm
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West Brom are confident that we’ll have Salomon Rondon back up and running by the time the game against Burnley rolls around.

Rondon misses out on Venezuela international duty this November break following a hamstring strain, so he will play no part in their World Cup qualifiers against Bolivia and Ecuador.

The club reported the problem to the Venezuelan FA and he was allowed to remain at the club for treatment rather than travelling, and the club are optimistic, especially in light of that, that he’ll be up to speed for our return to action against Sean Dyche’s boys on Monday November 21.

With the international sick note approved this time for the player, it will be a welcome travel break for him and he can put all his efforts into getting back fit and taking a nice break, and he’s actually been speaking to wba.co.uk to reflect on the win over reigning Champions Leicester City.

‘It was a good win for us. The last two weeks we were beaten by very big teams. But we responded well with a good performance and three points.’

With the Leicester victory ending the search for a win that stretched five games, with draws against Stoke, Sunderland and Tottenham Hotspur, he was of course pleased to get back to winning ways and he was looking for a far more fruitful November.

‘It was important for us because we didn’t win in October. The victory at Leicester gives us a really good start to the month and a chance to move up the table after the international break.’

He added.

‘Every game in the Premier League is difficult. But we’ll be looking at the next three games as a real opportunity for points, starting with Burnley at home.’

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