Only two points separate Brentford from Albion in second while Leeds of Marcelo Bielsa leads the standings with a cushion of three points in the third.
Derby County could have a big say in the next round of automatic promotion racing with Phillip Cocu’s team heading to the Hawthorns tomorrow before hosting Brentford at Pride Park on Saturday.
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And it is tomorrow that could prove to be essential, the fate of Albion being in their hands.
Leeds fans said the same, the Elland Road side welcoming Stoke City on Thursday evening.
Here’s what supporters from both sides said tonight …
“The pressure is really on us tomorrow,” said a West Brom fan.
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“Of course, Leeds could still make a Leeds,” said another.
“Brentford can you stop winning please?” Asked a third fan.
Another said, “I’m starting to think that third place could be too optimistic a forecast for us. ”
“Can someone help us this season or?” Said another.
Meanwhile, Leeds fans conceded that everything was on their side to get the job done in the absence of any help from their division rivals.
“We don’t get any favors from anyone else,” said one. “We want to do it, we have to do it ourselves. I absolutely hate playing after everyone. ”
“You had a job Charlton, a job,” said a second.
“We are not going to get favors from anyone,” added another. “It’s in our hands and we have to go out and get it ourselves.” “
“Of course, we want to see teams around us,” said a fourth fan. “But no matter whether they do it or not, I still believe in this Leeds United team. We are walking together. ”
Another fan said, “Do our work guys Thursday, that’s all we have to do. ”
“We can’t dwell too much on the results of other teams,” said a sixth fan. “It all depends on us and it always has been. I would rather have won by winning matches, without hoping that the teams below us will slip. Keep the faith. “