Date: 28th January 2016 at 8:21am
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With the FA Cup fourth round tie against Peterborough United up this weekend, Gerry Francis has been singing from the Tony Pulis hymnsheet in saying that Albion will be taking the Cup very seriously once more.

Hopefully the next tie won’t be quite as difficult as we made the Bristol City third round clash.

The Birmingham Mail have our first team coach saying ahead of the game that a strong team will be selected as we want to take that next step closer to Wembley.

Peterborough will be without top scorer Conor Washington who has recently moved to Queens Park Rangers, and Adil Nabi won’t be set for a quick return following his permanent deal with them this month as the agreement makes him ineligible for the game.

‘Tony has always taken it seriously. In our five years at Stoke, we made the 2011 cup final and lost to Man City. We made four quarter finals and made the quarter finals with West Brom last year. We always take it seriously because we want to do well in it.’

For us James Morrison is missing with his hamstring injury and it’s unlikely that Chris Brunt will be risked with his calf problem.

Salomon Rondon could also be rested with concerns of fatigue for our record signing.

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