Albion have put their defeat to Everton under scrutiny as they prepare for action.

Head coach Graham Potter says the feeling in the camp has remained positive, despite three defeats in a tough start to the season.

But the most recent outing at Everton, left them with a few things to work on.

Potter said: “We’re feeling positive but we’re also disappointed because we haven’t got the points we would like.

“I think we have to firstly look at who we’ve played and also try to work out things we’ve done well and focus also on the things we can improve - clearly there are a few of those things.

“We’ve been working hard since the Everton match.

“We were disappointed with the Everton game although I think Everton are a good team and they’re showing that with the type of quality they have, they’ve invested well.

“As can happen in the Premier League, you can have some defeats along the way and you’ve got dust yourself down, prepare for the next one and that’s what we’ve been trying to do.”

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Albion have had 53.5% of possession in their two away games so far while Palace have enjoyed 40% of the ball in their home fixtures.

Potter is not reading too much into that as he plans his strategy.

He said: “I think it’s dangerous to predict what a game of football is going to look like.

“Things like the scoreline and how the game goes can determine those kind of stats.

“Percentage of possession is not important really.

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“It’s the scoreline at the end or what you do with the possession.

“Clearly, Crystal Palace have found a way to score, to be effective with their chances and I think, if you’re not clear with how you are attacking and defending against them, then they have got the quality and the players to cause you problems.

“We’ve got to make sure that we understand that.”