GRAHAM POTTER must come up with a Plan B to stop the Premier League’s top scorer after losing

Lewis Dunk.

The Albion skipper is out of his side’s home date against Jamie Vardy and Leicester City when Premier League action resumes after the international break.

Dunk was shown a fifth yellow card of the season in yesterday’s 3-1 defeat at Manchester United.

His booking could ultimately prove to be more significant than his second-half goal which briefly gave his side hope of reward they did not deserve.

Albion head coach Potter said: “It’s a blow for us because Dunky has been great but it is a part of football.

“We have to find a solution – which we will do over the next couple of weeks.”

Adam Webster (ankle) will also miss the Leicester match.

That could open the door for Leon Balogun to enjoy his first Premier minutes since the 1-1 draw against Arsenal on Boxing Day last year.

Vardy has 11 league goals this season and has scored in each of the Foxes’ last four matches.

Potter accepted Albion were second best at Old Trafford.

But he said: “As much as United deserved to win, the two first-half goals we conceded were quite soft.”