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Arsenal Was Our Blueprint For April Says Morrison

James Morrison believes that the Baggies should use our performance against Arsenal as the blueprint for our 8 remaining games.

Speaking to wba.co.uk Morrison thinks that if we approach games with the same mentality as we did Arsenal, we'll more than win our fair share of the remaining clashes as keep ourselves out of the bottom 3.

Our April calender sees us face Liverpool, Sunderland, Chelsea, Spurs and Villa which will be a hell of a huge test for us.

'We've got a tough five games and that's the type of performance we know we have to give. You could see everyone working hard and fighting because it means a lot to the players to stay in this league.'

Morrison admits the team would've taken a point before the match kicked off, so the players aren't too disappointed about letting Arsenal back for a point, although obviously keeping all 3 would've made everybodys weekends happier.

James certainly earnt the plaudits in the match after having his head bandaged and requiring further stitches after the game, but after celebrating four unbeaten with the team, he's still jetted off to join Scotland for their clash against Brazil and he doesn't think the match will be that different to Arsenal.

'It's going to be like Saturday again! You don't often get the chance to play against Brazil and test yourself against them. I saw the blood and thought 'oh, no' - but I'm not good looking so that just adds to it!'

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Date:Monday March 21 2011

Time: 5:49PM

 

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