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West Brom ace makes admission involving the Hawthorns



West Brom defender Matt Clarke has told the club’s official website that the team want to make the Hawthorns a fortress moving forwards. 

The Baggies are due to host Hull City on Wednesday night and will be looking to rack up their fourth home win in a row after dispensing of the likes of QPR, Birmingham City and Bristol City in recent weeks.

Home form will inevitably be key to the club’s hopes of an instant return to the Premier League and the challenge now for Valerien Ismael’s team is to continue on their upward trajectory.

Speaking recently about playing at the Hawthorns, Clarke was quick to state the following:

“You want your home stadium to be a fortress. We want people to fear coming to The Hawthorns.

“Our recent form at home has been good and we’ve managed to pick up three consecutive victories.

“We want to try and build on that and make it four and five this week.”

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The centre back has featured seven times in the league for the Baggies so far and is well on his way to establishing himself under Ismael in the Midlands.

Clarke is currently on loan at West Brom until the end of the current campaign from his parent club Brighton and Hove Albion.

The Verdict 

West Brom’s recent home form has been so impressive and it will certainly be important that they maintain it in the long run.

Their heavy defeat away at Fulham will have hurt but it will in turn give them things to reflect and improve on moving forwards.

Many will be expecting them to dispatch of Hull on Wednesday night and it is fair to say that the game presents the ideal opportunity to bounce back.

The Hawthorns is certainly one of the toughest grounds in the league for away sides to play at.

Writer and Journalist for Football League World.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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