We need to start like last week, and not let them get a foothold in the game, just like we did to Stoke last week, and many teams have done to us at home , were we have started slow...
I think this is where it's tough in games like these.
Stoke wanted to control the ball; therefore us getting in and around them was disruptive to their plan and allowed us to take advantage of the resultant space.
Here they won't want the ball so a similar type of faster start won't necessarily achieve the same aims. E.g. They'd be happy to boot the ball away under pressure and get back into shape, lessening the chances of stealing it off them in advantageous positions.
However what we must do is look like we're trying to score.
There's not a need to always look for a clear chance to move forward.
If we settle for slow passing around midfield and at the back that's exactly what they want.
Therefore some early crosses, long range efforts will be needed to get the crowd feeling like we're on to something.