BREWERS keeper Stephen Bywater expects a tough game tomorrow evening when the Albion take on Bristol City.
Bywater said: “It was a tough game at their place last season, they’ve got a good ground with a good atmosphere, I seem to remember them missing a penalty. I seem to remember our fans being good at Aston Gate last season, Friday night games are much better when you come away with a good result. It allows you to get points on the board before anyone else has played and enjoy your weekend.
"We have had a tough start, we have nothing to fear in any game. The way the Championship it is, anybody can beat anybody, the league is so inconsistent. The league grows every season, the ability is going up, the money going into it is crazy. It's amazing that the club are in this league, we are confident within our squad and we know we have enough to be consistent to stay in the league and we have nothing too fear.
“As a group of players, we know we can do better in certain aspects of our game, we are a group of lads who want to work hard for the manager, the chairman, the whole club. We have no individuals within the squad and you can see we want to work hard for each other. We had a tough start, facing some of the relegated teams from the Premier League away early on, it makes you realise that we are still competing. We went down to ten men in some of them games which gave us more spirit as a side."