AFTER Albion’s late show in Nottingham, Darren Moore looks ahead to the trip to Norwich.
The Baggies battled back to earn a point at a hostile City Ground on Tuesday evening, Matt Phillips slamming home an 87th-minute equaliser in front of 27,000 roaring fans.
And, as the fixtures come thick and fast, our Head Coach is expecting another cauldron of noise at Carrow Road.
"It's their first home game of the season," Darren said.
"The atmosphere will be up again.
"It'll be a similar experience to the one we had at Forest on Tuesday night."
The atmosphere will be the same. But Darren is expecting a different test from Daniel Farke's side.
Asked if Norwich's continental style will pose a unique threat, Darren added: "The Championship throws up lot of different tests.
"We've spoken about this division and what lies ahead.
"Norwich have a lot of players from Europe so it'll be a different test and a test of our character.
"It's another difficult game but it's another hurdle we're looking forward to.
"They'll be buoyed by their point at Birmingham City last week. But we've got that, too.
"It'll be another exciting game."