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 Posted by PA Sport
Apr 24, 2014

Mel: West Brom four points from safety

West Brom boss Pepe Mel has predicted that his side will need four more points to guarantee Premier League survival this season.

Pepe Mel remains hopeful over West Brom's survival chances.
Pepe Mel's side sit three points clear of the drop zone with a game in hand over their rivals.

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The Baggies have three top-flight fixtures left to play after Saturday's "final'' against West Ham at The Hawthorns, which they head into in 16th place with 33 points.

Mel's team are three points clear of the relegation zone and have a game in hand over the three sides directly below them, and the manager -- who arrived in English football as West Brom's head coach in January --  expects a tough battle to stay up.

"This was the idea that I had of the Premier League -- that it is the most competitive league in the world," he told his prematch news conference on Thursday.

"Any team is capable of beating any other team -- look at (bottom side) Sunderland, who drew at Manchester City and then won at Chelsea.

"What we really have clear is that we need four points from the last four games. If we consider that West Ham (who are 12th) are safe with 37 -- that's also what we need.

"Last year 36 was actually the cut-off point. I think 37 will be enough to keep us up.''

While looking about the big picture, Mel has made it clear the focus for the time being within the camp must be solely on the game against Sam Allardyce's Hammers this weekend -- and it is a contest he is feeling optimistic about, with his side having shown some encouraging signs of late.

Monday's 3-1 loss at Manchester City was preceded by a five-game sequence in which Albion won twice and were only beaten once.

The Spaniard continued: "Saturday is the final. There is only one match. We've played under pressure recently in games against Cardiff (a 3-3 draw), Norwich (a 1-0 win) and Tottenham (another 3-3 draw), and in these three games we've done very well.

"In the last six we've won two and drawn two, so I believe we are ready. The City game really was very difficult, particularly with us being 2-0 down inside 10 minutes.

"But some of the performances we have seen recently are those we need to see in order to keep ourselves up.''

Although confident about his team's prospects on Saturday, Mel does admit he is worried about the potential absence of centre-back Gareth McAuley, particularly given that West Ham are set to have the physicality of Andy Carroll in their attack.

McAuley missed the City contest due to a calf problem he sustained in training, while Albion will definitely be without another defender in Liam Ridgewell, who limped off towards the end of the match at the Etihad Stadium due to a knee problem.

"The player at the moment who is most worrying me is Gareth McAuley," he said. "He hasn't actually trained since his injury.

"Tomorrow, he will be subject to tests but it really doesn't look positive -- particularly because West Ham are a very strong side, with Andy Carroll.

"It's absolutely certain that Ridgewell won't play in this game -- he could well be out of the next two games.''

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