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Davies Cranks Up The Pressure On WBA

West Brom might be 9 points ahead of Forest in the table, but with 6 games remaining, Billy Davies says they can be caught.

Talking to BBC Radio Nottingham, Davies said. 'Depending on the next few results the door may open widely. I've seen it before. What we've got to do is make sure we don't slip up and hope there are slip ups elsewhere.'

That might be seen as overly optimistic by some, but it is West Brom's to lose at the moment. The Baggies have a tough home game against Leicester tomorrow night and if they drop points in that one, then it's certainly game on again. Billy will be hoping his words are heard by Roberto Di Matteo and he'll be hoping he feels the pressure.

Even if the Baggies do begin to bottle it, Forest have to turn their away form around, having lost the last 8. It's a massive ask, but they get the chance to do that on Saturday, away at Bristol City.




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Date:Thursday April 1 2010

Time: 5:17PM

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I think it's over now, WBA would have to be truely awful in April for it to open up again, let's face it, they're not Carlisle are they?
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Roberto has got it sussed - WBA will go up!
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Fat ladies, singing, not over and all that!!!
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Beth Ditto?
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