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3 November 2018

ANDY Garner was delighted with a "good day's' work" from the Brewers but despite beating Walsall 3-1 wants Albion to be more clinical.

The Brewers first team coach said: "We were pleased with the performance coming after the effort that went into the Nottingham Forest game and despite that we were still on the front foot from the first whistle.

"Walsall were a litle bit nervy and we took advantage of that and for the first 20 minutes some of our play was oustanding but we have to start taking more of the chances we are creating and put teams to bed.

"We have scored three goals but we are still disappointed as we could have been five up at half time and I'm sure even the Walsall fans would admit that as well. 

"After ten minutes and missing chances and  a penalty we were thinking 'here you go again'. 

"After that the goals we got we deserved. The important thing was that we carried on playing and we played some great stuff today. It's nice when you finish these chances off.

"We said at half time their manager would be a little bit frustrated and that we hadn't finished them off. But we came out and the timing of the third goal killed them really and it was fantastic finish from Scott Fraser.

"After the Forest game we said we were doing it in patches and it was about time we did it for 90 minutes and that's as close as we have got today.

"We were little bit sloppy second half but saying that there were some excellent performances and fantastic goals and all in all it's a good day's work."

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