Harry Redknapp says it’s all about what we do as we prepare to face Stoke at the Britannia Stadium on Sunday.
Always one of the toughest trips in the Premier League, the combination of Stoke’s direct style, physical prowess and the roar of the home crowd makes it a daunting test for any team.
However, we’ve managed to come back down the M6 with maximum points in our last two visits in the Premier League, 2-1 scorelines in March 2010 and August last year, when Gareth Bale scored his stunning, chest-high volley.
We now travel to Stoke on the run of 10 wins in 11 in the Premier League, and on a record six-successive wins in the competition.
“We’ve been to West Brom, Wigan, Wolves, Blackburn and won,” said Harry. “We’ve been to Stoke and had great results there.
“You never get an easy game at Stoke and we’ll have to be prepared for them.
"We know it will be difficult. But we have to go and play our game and if we do that, we’ll have a good chance.”