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Fergie wants no complacency

United boss knows Baggies will be no pushovers

Last Updated: 15/10/10 3:29pm

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Ferguson: Warned against complacency

Ferguson: Warned against complacency

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Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Manchester United against complacency when his side take on West Brom at Old Trafford on Saturday.

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The Red Devils go into the game with a perfect top flight home record after three wins out of three.

But Ferguson insists the sixth-placed Baggies will be no pushovers after the Premier League newcomers beat Arsenal 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium last month.

Ferguson's side currently sit five points behind table-toppers Chelsea and the United boss knows a repeat of Arsenal's home defeat to Roberto Di Matteo's team would be a major blow.

Recognition

He said: "You have to recognise that performance at the Emirates Stadium.

"To score three goals there tells you something.

"This will be a tough game, make no mistake."

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