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Steven Reid insists West Brom should remain positive about their chances of staying up, despite seeing another big lead slip on Saturday.
For the second consecutive home games, the Baggies drew 3-3 as Tottenham came from 3-0 down to claim a point, thanks to a late goal from Christian Eriksen.
Having also seen two points slip in the previous Hawthorns clash with Cardiff, you would forgive West Brom fans for fearing the worst as they battle to stay in the Premier League.
Pepe Mel’s men are now just three points outside the relegation zone, although they do still have a game in hand on some of their rivals.
Despite admitting that it was a ‘deflated dressing room’ after the game, Reid is keen to look at the positives as the Baggies prepare for the final five matches.
The Republic of Ireland international stated: “We’re on a decent run at the minute. There’s a few teams around the bottom struggling for form and we’re one of those in good form.
“It’s another point, even though it should have been a win. We’ve just got to stay as positive as possible and look upon it as a good point.”
West Brom’s next challenge though is a clash with title-chasing Manchester City on Monday April 21 at the Etihad Stadium (Match Betting – Man City 1.23, Draw 6.10, West Brom 8.13).
The remaining four matches after that for the Baggies are home fixtures against West Brom and Stoke, while they travel to Arsenal and fellow relegation battlers Sunderland.