Liverpool's quest for Champions League qualification continues Sunday at the The Hawthorns against West Bromwich Albion.
The most important thing is we get the team organised against Liverpool. "We don't want to be behind the ball", Pulis told reporters. Eighth place may be the greatest Albion can aim with this effort as they're now 10 points behind Everton in seventh place, plus it appears like their players have got their minds set on a summer holiday.
" We've been doing shooting and finishing", he said.
Regarding the visiting Reds, he added: "We've watched tapes back again in the last couple of days and they're very good on set-plays themselves".
Tony Pulis' side have suffered back-to-back defeats.
"I was hoping you wouldn't bring that up!" he laughed this week, anxious if acknowledging the run would jinx it. "Let's hope that continues this weekend as well". "If they go with the three centre-halves they're a big team and they can be really unsafe".
So while the chase for Burnley's newly-capped England global hots up, West Brom should consider renewing their interest in his underrated team-mate.
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has set his team a target of getting wins in their remaining six fixtures in the Premier League.
"But with all playing better and these two highest quality players on the pitch, we could change the game". With one game a week for the rest of the season, there's a small chance Klopp can pick the same team and gather momentum while his direct opponents for top four compete in Europe or the FA Cup as well.
The Baggies have failed to score in three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since November 2014.
The 27-time Cameroon global has made 26 appearances in all competitions for the Reds and has scored one Premier League goal.
West Brom welcome Liverpool to the Hawthorns on Sunday (16 April) with Jürgen Klopp looking to end a miserable record that has seen him fail to beat a side managed by Pulis away from home since arriving in the Premier League.
However, West Brom only have one win to their name in the last five in the Premier League, and after avoiding a scrap against relegation, they could be unintentionally winding down their season prematurely.
Three of West Brom's four goals against Liverpool under Tony Pulis have been scored by defenders (Craig Dawson, Jonas Olsson and Gareth McAuley).