TONY Pulis is hoping Albion will get a little bit of luck as they prepare to host Premier League Champions Chelsea on Saturday (ko 3pm).
The Baggies boss has been left frustrated with results in recent weeks but says his side are doing enough going forward to win games.
"There's been nine goals in the last two games at The Hawthorns," said Tony.
"We want to try and score. We've scored two goals in each of the last two and not won the game.
"That's disappointing more defensively than attacking."
After tough Hawthorns tests against high-flying Watford and table-topping Manchester City, Pulis is looking forward to another big game at the weekend.
"Chelsea are a good team and played very well against Manchester United.
'I've got great respect for Antonio Conte. I think he's a smashing manager and winning the title last year was fabulous.
"We know it'll be a tough game but it'll be a good game. Fingers crossed we get the breaks."