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Morrison Looking For Top 4 Upset

James Morrison has called on the Baggies to upset at least one of the Top 4 clubs we are yet to face this season.

With Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea still on the fixture lists, Morrison believes we can give our relegation battle a huge boost by taking all 3 points in at least one of those games and moreover, he sees no reason why we aren't capable of doing so.

Speaking to wba.co.uk he said:

'I think we have to get a result against any of those 3 if we've got any chance of staying up but I believe we can win one of those games because we're a good side at home. Hopefully 3 more wins and we'll be alright.'

Morrison insists that our best chance of survival is to not look at the opposition but focus on ourselves, and our strengths. Do what we do well, and not worry about media friendly hype and the rest of it.

'I think we've just got to concentrate on ourselves, we've got in mind where we think we can do it and we're looking forward to it.'

Now it sounds like Morrison is hinting at one club in particular there from the Top 4 that we can surprise, but given how well we know we can play I see no real reason why we can't approach all 3 looking to get a point at the very least. Even the Top 4 teams are struggling this season by their own standards and although I admit it's unlikely to happen, if we go into all 3 games with the determination to take 3 points what an amazing boost it would be if we could manage it!

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Date:Friday March 11 2011

Time: 5:18PM

 

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