Davies calls for Whites response
Bolton captain Kevin Davies admits his side must beat West Brom on Sunday if they are to avoid the drop.
The Wanderers host the Baggies looking for an immediate response after suffering a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Spurs on Tuesday. Bolton are currently 18th in the Premier League, level on points with QPR, and the striker admits the visit of West Brom on Sunday is one of the biggest games of his career. "Sunday becomes a massive game for the club, for me, for everyone," he told the Bolton News. "It's one of the biggest games I can think I have played in since I have been here. For some of the people selected on Sunday it could be the biggest game of their careers. "To compare it, I can only think of a few years ago when we went down to Chelsea and it was going to take a big swing in goal difference. "That went to the last game, but we were safe really. "We know what is required and it's going to take people to stand up and be counted. There is no hiding now." Bolton may be level on points with QPR but the Rs have a vastly superior goal difference and the Wanderers will almost certainly need to take points in both their remaining games, West Brom (h) and Stoke (a), and hope they can better QPR's points tally from their final fixtures, Stoke (h) and Manchester City (a). Mathematically both Wigan and Aston Villa can still both be relegated, but Davies has sights set on bettering QPR's results to guarantee survival. He added: "We have to beat West Brom, that's it. If QPR or Villa win on Sunday then we'll have to go to Stoke on the final day and get something as well. "Anything can happen but realistically we'll need at least four points from the last two games. "We are trying to do it the hard way but I do know Sunday is a must-win game and that we'll need to be stronger than we were against Spurs."