Tony Pulis is keen for West Bromwich Albion to continue playing with confidence ahead of tonight's match against Burnley.
Pulis's side overcame Leicester City with a 2-1 victory last time out, and with Salomon Rondon passed fit to face the Clarets at The Hawthorns after recovering from a hamstring injury, the Welshamn is upbeat about his side's prospects.
"I think in the Leicester game we most probably had a little bit more confidence about us from the start and that makes a big difference with the players," Pulis told wba.co.uk.
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While Rondon is likely to return to lead the line against Burnley, top scorer Nacer Chadli, may yet miss out as he continues to struggle with a knee problem.
"Rondon will be fine for Monday but we will have to make a late call on Nacer," Pulis said in Friday's press conference. "He's on the grass for the first time today."
Any absence for Chadli could mean a third successive Premier League start for Chris Brunt after recovering from a long layoff.
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