AFTER two of the best away performances of the season brought only a single point, Nigel Clough says his team deserve a break.
Albion followed up a narrow 3-2 defeat at Aston Villa with a 0-0 draw at Ipswich, taking the game to both opponents.
Clough says: "We are not getting the break our play deserves at the moment and hopefully that will change.
"I don't think we have played as well as we have just done in two consecutive games so that gives us something to work on and build upon as well.
"Nottingham Forest might be too good for us on Saturday. We don't know. But we are going to try play like we did at Ipswich.
"We have to fight and battle and we did that on Saturday, winning tackles and headers. But on top of that play. Don't do one of them exclusively.
"We aren't going to play suicidal football but within reason we are going to play football when we can.
"We made a conscious decision after the Reading game to do that."