It's time for a united front and a positive approach as Huddersfield Town try to topple Albion and claim the three-point haul we’ve all been craving since early March.
As manager Mark Robins said in the build-up to the big Championship clash with Brighton, it’s been far too long since supporters were able to celebrate victory.
With each passing match, and there have been nine since Barnsley were put to the sword so impressively, Town have been left that little bit closer to the dreaded bottom three.
With 12 points to play for, six separate them from Millwall, current occupants of that unwanted 22nd spot.
Town are seven above Barnsley and 10 in front of Yeovil, their hosts on Monday afternoon.
Beating Brighton would be a major boost.
The South coast side, in seventh place and out of the top six only on goal difference, are decent.
And their need for points as they chase a second successive play-off appearance is as pressing as Town’s as they aim to avoid a nail-biting final day for the second season running.
So Mark Robins’ side need all the backing they can get, especially at those stages in games when things might get a little sticky.
After consecutive home defeats, and six in that nine-game winless sequence, it’s both understandable and reasonable that supporters are frustrated.
The form has done little to bolster 2014-15 season-card sales.
But the action will certainly be more appealing if it’s in the Championship.
And ensuring that is something the fans can play a part in.
As for the actual game, Town are missing both Peter Clarke and Joel Lynch through suspension afer the red cards which ensured last Saturday’s game at Derby became a damage limitation exercise.
It’s worth recalling neither played in the away game at Brighton (Clarke was out injured and Lynch serving a one-match ban), and Town are among only three teams to prevent Albion scoring at home this season.
A 10th clean sheet of the campaign would be a great foundation, because in the bulk of their games, Town have created chances.
And with a better goal difference than the teams below (only Birmingham are close to Town’s minus nine), even a 1-0 victory would do the job.
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