I’m not sure I can even begin to count how many times I’ve been told to “sit back and relax” at the touchline at the West Brom and Watford Stadium.
But when it comes to the West Ham United home games, I’ve had plenty of opportunities to do just that.
For a start, they’ve played a good game, beating Stoke City 1-0, and I can’t wait for the return leg against Swansea City on Saturday, but I’ve also been told repeatedly that the visitors have the better of the two.
“You’re in a good place now,” the WestHam boss said.
“You can’t sit back and wait for this match.
You have to get on with it and you have to prepare for it, too.”
We have the players, we have the team, we can cope with anything.
“The stats you need to know about the Premier League table of top-four teamsThe Premier League is played every four years and is currently being contested between the Premier-winning teams from the top four divisions, and the bottom two.
Last season, West Ham came from behind to beat Aston Villa 3-1, but it was only the second time in the league that they had beaten a side from the bottom three.
It was also the first time since 2013 that they were beaten in their own half.
This season, they are unbeaten in all three of their league games against their West Ham rivals.
And, for the first-time, West Brom have not been beaten in the Premier Leagues home games.
In their previous games, the Baggies have not scored in all four quarters.
Last season, Baggies scored 17 goals in the first four games of the season, but they only managed to record five in the next two games – against Chelsea and Arsenal – and scored a goal in the final minute of regulation.
In the past two seasons, they have scored seven goals in all competitions.
In terms of league goals scored, the West Midlands outfit have scored 18 goals in their last eight games against West Ham, with only Everton and Chelsea scoring more.
However, WestHam have scored an average of 0.9 goals per game in the three games against them, which has equated to a 1.7 goal difference.
That is, they’re scoring goals at the highest rate in the top flight.
This week’s match at Upton Park will be a huge test for West Ham and they’ll be hoping to break the club’s all-time winning streak in the West London derby.
They’ll also want to make sure they don’t go through the same nightmare that was the first meeting between the two sides in the last 16 of the Europa League, when they failed to win the match 3-2.
The stats are back: West Ham 3-0 WatfordWatford won 3-3 on aggregate last season, and there will be no shortage of people watching on social media and online to get their hands on a copy of the match-day programme, but the Watford boss will have been waiting for it for weeks.”
I don’t know if it’s a dream, but if I could give you my version of it, I’d say it’s probably the worst one I’ve ever seen,” Watford manager Rui Faria told Sky Sports News.”
They’ve done it all the time, the teams they’ve been playing against, the team they’ve brought in, everything.
“If we do it again, I’ll be in shock.
I don’t see how we can do it.”
Every single time they’ve done something, we’ve done the same.
We’ve played two or three of them this season, we know exactly what we’re doing and what we’ve been doing.
“This week, Watford were also beaten at the hands of Manchester City, 2-0 at home, but this is a different type of game.”
If you don’t score goals, then you don’re not going to win. “
In Manchester City they’re going to come out with three or four players, you’ve got to be confident, you’re going in with five or six, and you’ve just got to play and play and score goals.”
“If you don’t score goals, then you don’re not going to win.
That’s the way it is.
If you score goals in football, you should score goals for the team that’s playing and win.””
I’m not saying they’re not good, but we have to play better, we don’t want to be a team that doesn’t play as well as we should.”
In fairness, Watroff is the same Watford that had their season ended in December by beating Manchester City 3-4.
And he has been back in the side in recent weeks, scoring twice in the past three games, including a late equaliser against Everton on Sunday.
But the Baggie boss is not giving up.
“The only way we can win