Plenty of West Brom supporters are not exactly feeling confident ahead of Sunday’s meeting with Premier League champions Liverpool.
The two sides meet on Sunday at Anfield, in what will be Sam Allardyce’s second game in charge of the club.
Form wise, the two teams could not be further apart as things stand, with the Reds coming into the game off the back of a 7-0 thrashing against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
It was a dominant performance from Jurgen Klopp’s men and one that rubberstamped their credentials to go on and retain their Premier League.
Albion on the other hand, lost 3-0 to local rivals Aston Villa last time out and did not look confident against Dean Smith’s side.
With Big Sam still in the early days of his tenure at the Hawthorns, the last thing he would have wanted is to travel to Anfield to face a Liverpool side who are starting to get back to their best.
The away side can take some hope from their recent record against Liverpool.
During the last three occasions the two sides have met, there have been two draws and even a Baggies win in the FA Cup.
You have to go back to April 2017 to find Liverpool’s last win against the Baggies, with Roberto Firmino scoring the only goal at the Hawthorns.
Ahead of the game, the official West Brom Twitter account put out a preview tweet, looking forward to Sunday’s clash.
It is fair to say that many supporters are not exactly thrilled about the prospect of the Anfield clash.
Here are some of the best reactions from social media.
Quick sim asap https://t.co/pLtJdSdXbL
— matt🏄🏻♂️ (@matttarr11) December 23, 2020
— Jake (@JakeW_824) December 23, 2020
I'll honestly take anything under 6 as a victory and a solid performance https://t.co/u7xsv6I9bU
— Ben Hadlington (@Benhadlington1) December 23, 2020
Can’t wait to lose again, up the lads!
— 🇭🇷 (@m8u_wba) December 23, 2020
Quick Sim 😂
— WBA Report 🎄 (@WBAReport) December 23, 2020
Is it me or does Darnell not look very sure about this one?
— Rohan Stretch (@RohanStretch) December 23, 2020
next up: 0 points. COYB! 🔵⚪️
— #laiout (@WbafcHub) December 23, 2020
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