Boss looks ahead
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West Brom boss Tony Mowbray says the players believe they can still get out of trouble and claims it is their home form that is key.
The Baggies travel to West Ham tonight and anything from the game would be a bonus as they see their home form as key to survival with back to back home games with Bolton Wanderers and Stoke City to come.
Mowbray told the Birmingham Post: "When you look at the next four games, West Ham apart because they are pushing for a European spot, we are going into a run of games against the likes of Bolton and Stoke at home, and then Portsmouth away, where we can genuinely believe that if we get it right on the day we can accrue enough points to give ourselves a chance to get back into the pack and make life uncomfortable for the teams around us.
"I don't see any signs that belief is a problem. We still have a quarter of the season to go."