West Brom boss Tony Pulis has shrugged off the poor crowds at the Hawthorns.
Last weekend's home attendance of 22,209 was the lowest ever recorded at The Hawthorns for a 3pm Saturday kick-off in the Premier League.
“I'm not surprised, but I'm not jumping for joy, it's what happens sometimes, and you have to accept it," he said. “Does it affect me? Not at all. It doesn't affect my work, doesn't affect my feelings towards the football club or the players I work with.
“Supporters are supporters and there's no way I'm going to stand here and criticise people for coming or not coming, that's up to them. We've got to do the best we possibly can with what we've got to get the results that make this club successful."