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WBA vs Nottm Forest - Match Thread
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Having seen off two unwanted curses in four days this week with wins at Millwall and Reading (for the first time since 1987 and 1995 respectively), there's every reason to hope we can make it three in a row as Nottingham Forest visit the Hawthorns on Saturday, where they've been unbeaten since November 2001. Mixed fortunes in the last fortnight have seen them slide from 3rd to 5th despite beating Leeds, and they'll know that claiming a scalp for the second weekend in a row will be their best bet of keeping themselves in the hunt for automatic promotion.

For Albion, who do look to have put the bad run well and truly behind them this month, it's a case of keeping the results coming. Though mistakes at the back are still a bit too common, we're playing with flair and confidence and creating chances up front again, which is a welcome sight. Our current six-point cushion means that a win isn't the be-all and end-all in this one, but the longer this streak continues, the better. Sunday afternoon saw us boss Millwall in the worst of conditions down in London; with the weather due to misbehave again, hopefully our Riders On The Storm - having Been Down So Long - will find their mojo risin' and keep us in pole position to Break On Through To The Other Side.
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#2
Hey, the last 2 games, Don't You Love ('em) Madly?
Doors are now open for automatic promotion, and the new blood from the transfer window certainly seems to have given us new impetus.
We e Been Down So Long till recently. Don't You Love Us Madly if we get another 3 points?
2-0
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#3
I'm interested to see who Bilic selects for the Forest game, will he rest a couple or stick with a winning side.
Only two things are infinite the universe and human stupidity?    Doh
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#4
C'mon Baggies, light my fire.
Start every day off with a smile and get it over with
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#5
Unchanged team and bench.

Johnstone
O'Shea - Ajayi - Bartley - Townsend
Sawyers - Livermore
Pereira - Krovinovic - Robinson
HRK

Bond, Hegazi, Furlong, Harper, Phillips, Grosicki, Austin
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#6
1-0 Callum Robinson

How big influence is the wind (anyone)? We're kicking into the win 2nd half.
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#7
Oh dear, all you need is an own goal.  Doh
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#8
Bo**ocks!!
Bartley og just on half-time 1-1

2-1 !!! Get in there! (og)
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#9
Ffs

Their first shot on target

#dingledon
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#10
Oh sh*t. 2-2 in added time (Forest's 1st shot on target)
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