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Kieran Gibbs: 'Huddersfield Town match is an important test'

Gibbs: 'Huddersfield an important test'
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West Bromwich Albion defender Kieran Gibbs insists that his side will be focused for their tie against Huddersfield Town on Saturday, with the club winless since August.

West Bromwich Albion defender Kieran Gibbs has insisted that his side will be focused for their tie against Huddersfield Town on Saturday, despite the club failing to pick up a win since August.

The Baggies secured victories against Bournemouth on the opening day and at Burnley the following weekend but have failed to win a game since August 22.

Gibbs has not won while playing for West Brom after the full-back signed from Arsenal on August 30, but the Englishman is confident that his side can take all three points this weekend.

"[Huddersfield] is really important," Gibbs told The Mirror. Next week is really important, just before the international break, so we need to make sure we're all fully focused.

"Huddersfield is not an easy place to go so we have to be ready for that then regroup over the international break. We have to go there with no fear at all and go to try and win the game.

"I think the boys are getting on with it and waiting for the luck to turn and the chances to go our way."

West Brom face ties against champions Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur after the international break.


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