Date: 29th September 2017 at 2:20pm
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Head coach Tony Pulis and goalkeeper Ben Foster have both been speaking about this weekend’s challenge against Watford.

West Bromwich Albion host Watford at The Hawthorns on Saturday for the latest Premier League action and Pulis knows it’ll be an incredibly tough test against Marco Silva’s side as they have won all three of their away trips to far this season.

Speaking to wba.co.uk as he met with the media ahead of the game, Pulis knew they were a talented side who’d spent well over the summer.

‘He has a better horse to ride this year than last year. He’s been backed – they’ve spent quite a bit of money. They look a very capable team and it’ll be a tough game.’

Pulis also spoke about Jake Livermore once again/

‘The most important thing with Jake is to get his form back and to work as hard as what he has done. We wouldn’t have given him the rest if we thought he was right bang on.’

In terms of injury news.

‘Burke and Chadli have trained but still haven’t had the game time we’d have liked. This international break might be good for us. Hopefully Nacer can get some time with Belgium and McAuley can get a bit of game time with Northern Ireland.’

As for Foster, he remained confident that Albion could take all three points this weekend.

‘Our home form is pretty good so something will have to give on Saturday. Hopefully it’ll go in our favour and we can win the game. I’ve heard some really positive things about Marco Silva. He’s got Watford really well drilled. They’re a high tempo team and they like to press. We know what were coming up against – it’s no surprise they’ve started the season so well.’

With West Brom looking for a fourth clean sheet of the season, Foster went on to say.

‘Ahmed’s a really good player and a big old bloke! But put the ball at his feet and he’s more than comfortable with it. He’s got a lovely range of passing, he’s strong and physical – a perfect fit for us.’

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