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WBA boss looks for home comforts

Coventry City face a tough trip to West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday night, just weeks after losing 4-0 to the Baggies at the Ricoh Arena.

Tony Mowbray's side were held at Crystal Palace on Saturday and afterwards he said: 'It was very poor, really.

'I didn't enjoy it but the important thing is we didn't lose.

'We had two very tough away games this week so we'll take four points. Palace are fighting for the lives, so they were looking to make it scrappy.

'We have no qualms about how they approached the game, I'm more concerned with what we did. It was Sunday, Wednesday, Saturday for us and perhaps it was one game too many. I didn`t enjoy it and I`m sure nobody else enjoyed it, but the positive for us is that we didn't lose in two very tough away games.

'We`ve taken four points and we get ready for Tuesday night and try to push on again.'

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Date:Monday December 3 2007

Time: 8:29AM


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