Albion boss ready for City challenge
TONY Pulis believes Albion will be facing a Manchester City side that are at their most 'dangerous' following their recent form.
The defending Barclays Premier League champions were knocked out of the Champions League by Barcelona earlier this week.
They have won just once in their last five games.
Pulis believes City will be desperate to end the campaign strongly, not least as they are still chasing Chelsea - but also trying to keep the chasing pack of Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool at bay.
Even so, Pulis is hopeful Albion can cause City further discomfort in the lunchtime kick-off.
"I think City now will be at their most dangerous," said Pulis.
"Coming out of the Champions League I think they’ll really focus on their last nine games. The attitude at that football club will be: can we win nine games? It’s up to us to go and give them a good game.
"You look at their squad, what they have, they have enough to win nine games. We have to make sure they don't.
"It will be a very tough game but one we will be ready for."