West Bromwich Albion’s promotion hopes have taken a hit in recent weeks.
Darren Moore’s side are winless in their last four Championship matches having lost to Wigan Athletic, Derby County and Hull City, who earned a 1-0 win on Saturday.
In between those fixtures the Baggies were restricted to a point by Blackburn Rovers in the form of a 1-1 draw at The Hawthorns.
After losing to Hull at the KCOM Stadium, West Brom dropped to seventh in the standings and remain on 25 points.
The club are now five points adrift of leaders Leeds United, who Moore’s side will face next Saturday.
On Sunday, Marcelo Bielsa’s team came from behind to overcome Wigan at the DW Stadium.
Pablo Hernandez and Kemar Roofe got on the scoresheet for Leeds as they stretched their unbeaten run to three matches.
West Brom fans kept a close eye on the action, and after witnessing the Whites catch all three points, they are worried about taking on Leeds on November 10.
Not seen the Leeds game today, but seen enough of them this season to know they’ll cause us all sorts of problems next week #wba
— Jay Hickman (@HurricaneHic147) November 4, 2018
Leeds won at Wigan but according to the Darren Moore fans it’s a hard place to go. #wba
— Lowe (@Lowewba) November 4, 2018
— Kyle Jones (@93KyleJones) November 4, 2018
— Anil Shemar (@AnilShemar) November 4, 2018
Leeds playing it out from the back. Everybody working hard for each other & making themselves available. Close short passing. Albion players don’t help each other. They just blankly watch our defenders struggle and they eventually unsurprisingly give the ball away. #wba #lufc
— Bridge (@astlebridge) November 4, 2018
— Baggieboy (@Baggieboy1878) November 4, 2018
worrying times at Albion, Results earlier in the season papered over the cracks. Hope the slump doesn’t turn into a rot but have Leeds next weekend and think they’ll batter us. #WBA
— Kate E (@Foot_riteKate) November 4, 2018
64 years a fan, close to giving it up altogether. Get it together quickly Albion, or i shall not be renewing next season. We should easily beat these teams, God help us next week against Leeds.#WBA
— Paul Welch (@WelchPwdl26338) November 4, 2018
Leeds United up next ? #wba
— Matthew Fleet (@MAF79) November 4, 2018