Riyad Mahrez also opened his own account with 10 minutes remaining to ensure that the spoils were shared, though, leaving both teams without a victory in six games.
Find out how all of the action unfolded courtesy of our minute-by-minute updates below.
Both sides come into this one looking to end a five-match winless streak in the league, with Leicester in particular desperate for victory having slipped into the relegation zone.
Before we take an in-depth look at both sides, though, let's first check out the team news...
Well, the headline news as far as Leicester are concerned is a starting role for Jamie Vardy, despite the striker missing the recent international break due to a hip problem. Craig Shakespeare revealed last week that the England international has now fully recovered from his injury, and sure enough he starts up front tonight having scored in three of his last five league games against the Baggies - although none of those goals came on home soil.
Mahrez replaces Demarai Gray in the side as Gray drops to the bench alongside Okazaki and King, while Iborra and Iheanacho join Mahrez in coming into the starting lineup.
Ndidi starts in midfield alongside Iborra and Albrighton, and it looks as though Leicester could opt for a 4-3-3 formation this evening. The personnel could also play in a 4-4-2 formation too, though, so there is some flexibility there for Leicester.
Maguire, Morgan and Fuchs all start once again, while it is a particularly notable occasion for Simpson as he makes his 100th appearance for the club. Schmeichel, as ever, tends the goal for the Foxes.
Chadli replaces Matty Phillips in the side this evening, with the latter one of three players to lose their place from the team that started against Watford before the international break.
Elsewhere there is also a return to the starting lineup for Jake Livermore, who replaces Brunt in the team.
That perhaps gives us a good idea of how West Brom will set themselves out for this one, although in Rodriguez, Chadli and Rondon the Baggies have three players capable of snapping up any chances the visitors may create.
At the other end of the field, Pulis is able to name an unchanged backline of Dawson, Hegazi, Evans and Gibbs, with Evans wearing the armband despite Pulis admitting last week that he has been affected by the transfer talk during the summer.
Victory for Craig Shakespeare would make things look a lot better for the Foxes as far as the league table is concerned - they currently sit in the relegation zone and are three points from safety, but a win could lift them up to 13th.
In contrast, Shakespeare won seven of his first 10 games as a manager, so this latest run of form - which includes three draws and six defeats - represents a significant downturn in form for Leicester.
Of course, managers should have longer than a five-game spell before they start coming under real pressure, but considering they sacked title-winning manager Claudio Ranieri the last time they went six league games without a win, it is perhaps a little surprising that there haven't been louder calls for him to be sacked.
Leicester are also still in the EFL Cup having beaten Liverpool to progress in that competition, but their solitary league win of the campaign came back on August 19 when they bet Brighton 2-0.
Leicester have gone on to be relegated in all three of the seasons in which they had previously amassed only five points from their opening seven games.
No team has picked up fewer points in front of their own fans in the Premier League so far this season, with Leicester having only amassed three points at the King Power Stadium. With Everton, Manchester City and Tottenham to come in their next three home games too, tonight may be the best opportunity they have for some time to improve that record.
Nonetheless, a record of just one win from their last five Premier League home games stretching back into last season is still not good enough, and defeat tonight would make it three on the bounce in front of their own fans for the first time since December 2014.
The Baggies currently sit 11th after the weekend's results, with four points separating them from Leicester in the relegation zone. Victory for Albion tonight would leave them ninth in the table.
Pulis's side have not won since August 22, though, and their most recent Premier League victory came three days before that - almost two months ago.
It is their goalscoring - or lack thereof - which will be just as big a concern for Pulis, with West Brom having scored just 10 times in 16 Premier League games since the start of April.
You don't need me to tell you that that is an average of less than a goal per game, and of all the managers to have taken charge of at least 150 Premier League games Pulis has the worst goals-per-game ratio.
That solitary victory came at Burnley in their first away game of this season, but since then they have lost at Brighton and Arsenal, and another defeat tonight would make it three on the bounce for the first time since May 2014.
That at least goes some way towards making up for the lack of spot kicks they are awarded - you have to go back 40 league fixtures since West Brom's last penalty, which is the longest current run in the division.
Leicester have averaged just 38% of the ball in their matches so far this season, which is the second-lowest tally in the division behind only West Brom, who have averaged 36% possession. Neither of these two teams have seen more than 50% of the ball in any of their seven fixtures to date this term.
This one should be a closely-fought contest this evening, and with neither side in great form a draw is probably the most likely result. However, Leicester have the home advantage and, while that hasn't counted for much so far this season, I am backing a narrow home victory.
SPORTS MOLE SAYS: Leicester 1-0 West Brom
Incredibly, Leicester's most recent home win over the Baggies came back in January 1994 when they ran out 4-2 winners in a second-tier match at Filbert Street.
The most recent contest between the two also resulted in an away win - the Leicester at The Hawthorns as Vardy scored the only goal of the game. That was the 100th league meeting between the two teams, with West Brom having won 46 to Leicester's 33 in that time.
The Baggies have also scored in 17 successive top-flight visits to Leicester, last failing to do so in September 1962.
LEICESTER STARTING XI: Schmeichel; Simpson, Maguire, Morgan, Fuchs; Ndidi, Iborra, Mahrez, Albrighton; Iheanacho, Vardy
WEST BROM STARTING XI: Myhill; Dawson, Hegazi, Evans, Gibbs; Krychowiak, Barry, Livermore; Rodriguez, Chadli, Rondon
We have only had the one shot on target at either end, and clear chances have been very tough to come by. It is clear that both of these two teams are lacking in form and confidence, but hopefully there will be more to shout about in the second half.
Aside from that there really isn't much to talk about in terms of goalmouth action. Vardy has put one half-chance over the bar from close range, while at the other end Chadli as missed an effort from outside the area.
It was an opening 45 minutes which saw Leicester see the majority of the ball, but West Brom were happy to let them have it and try to hit them on the break. Tony Pulis will probably be the happier of the two manages as things stand, but Shakespeare will hope to see his side create more in the coming 45 minutes.
It is a goal of real quality, out of context for much of the game as Chadli scores a stunning free kick from 30 yards. Schmeichel was unsighted and expected the ball to go on the goalkeeper's side, and by the time he realised his mistake it was too late. It will have to go down as a goalkeeping mistake, but take nothing away from Chadli's strike.
A deep cross from the left is knocked back to Mahrez from Slimani, but the winger still has a lot to do. He chests the ball past one player before tucking his subsequent shot into the bottom corner.
Two moments of quality really made the difference tonight, with Nacer Chadli's free kick giving West Brom a lead before Riyad Mahrez rescued a point for the hosts with his first league goal of the season 10 minutes from time. Still six games without a win for both teams, but a draw was a fair result this evening.
Thank you very much for joining Sports Mole for tonight's match as Leicester and West Brom share the spoils with a 1-1 draw at the King Power Stadium. I will leave you with our match report, and be sure to stick around for reaction too.
From me, though, it is goodbye for now!