Date:Tuesday November 28 2006
Paul Robinson wants his team mates to forget what happened at Stoke at the weekend and take their frustrations out on Sheffield Wednesday tonight.
The Baggies dropped out of the top six after the defeat at the Britannia Stadium and now sit in eighth position in the league.
And the Sheffield Wednesday game comes as Albion have lost their last three away games.
Robinson told the Birmingham Mail: 'We know we can play football and that's the frustrating thing at the moment.
'At home we're finishing off chances but on Saturday we didn't.
'We now have to bounce back and take our frustration out on Sheffield Wednesday. We need to get our heads right and concentrate on tomorrow and forget about Saturday.'
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