West Brom boss Tony Mowbray has targeted home wins against Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Bolton, Stoke, Sunderland and Wigan - as key to staying up. He said: "I think it is a good run of games for us and there are games in there, particularly at home in the second half of the season, where we should be targeting a win.
"If we can get results like we have had the last two weekends at home we should accumulate enough points but when those days come along we have to make sure we can win those games.
"The games that are going to be crucial to us are the games at home against teams we feel we should be taking points off.
"But if you don't put the ball in the right areas and don't take your chances you won't win games.
"The key is to get out of the bottom three and we are within touching distance of that.
"If you have no belief you have no chance and I think the players have never stopped believing we have the qualities to stay in this league."