By Chris Harris

Arsène Wenger has called on his players to "find their flow" at home ahead of Saturday's clash with West Bromwich Albion.

Emirates Stadium is usually a stronghold for Arsenal but that hasn't been the case this season. Chelsea and Swansea City have won in north London while Sunderland and Fulham both left with a Premier League point.

Wenger's side did record emphatic home wins over Tottenham and Southampton and the Frenchman wants his team to lift the Emirates crowd this weekend.

"We haven’t started well [at home]," he admitted. "Against Sunderland, we played a 0-0. We started with a draw.

"Therefore [the] only thing now is to get the fans behind the team. To get the fans behind the team, the attitude has to come from us and [we have to] be united and turn that around. Away from home, we have been quite positive and consistent. At home, it’s true we haven’t found our flow yet.

"It is a very important game for us on Saturday and a very important period as well. But the best way to deal with that is what you do usually, to focus on defending well, attacking well, and focus on your game.

"Nothing changes, no matter how big the game is. It's always the same - focus on playing football well."

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7 Dec 2012