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Andrews: No Pressure For Chelsea Match

Andrews: No Pressure For Chelsea Match

Keith Andrews believes the Baggies can go into this weekend's game against Chelsea full of confidence and with nothing to lose.

Speaking to wba.co.uk Andrews said the pressure would be all on Chelsea to get a result in the game given the season they have had so far and the pressure their manager is under, meaning the Albion can take it steady, remain confident and play our own game to let them make the mistakes.

'It's a game we can go into with absolutely no pressure. The pressure is all on them with their billions behind them and looking to get into the top four. We've got a nice cushion between ourselves and the bottom three and, with the form we are in, we should go into it looking to win.'

With Chelsea as wobbly as they are, there are certainly no reasons why we shouldn't be looking to cause an upset and take all three points. We know we are capable of doing that, and we've shown in the last two games we are capable of taking our chances, so it's a case of as we were really.

Don't let them settle, and watch them fold. (he says with hope!)

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Writer:Baggy Boy
Date:Tuesday February 28 2012
Time: 8:06PM

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