West Brom boss Tony Mowbray feels anything less than three points against Sunderland on Saturday will mean a return to the Championship for the Baggies. "Five wins out of five would give us 40 points. But first we've got to look to the next match which is Sunderland," Mowbray told Sky Sports News.
"We've got to make sure we beat them because if we don't or we don't beat the next team we'll have run out of games and then we'll have been officially relegated.
"They'll feel it's a great opportunity for them to take three points but what we've got to do is be right in every department and cut out elementary mistakes.
"Hopefully we can get the points and put on a good performance for the supporters who have backed us all the way this season."