With the axe looming, the Daily Star reports that Pulis' fate now hangs on West Brom's next two games, which happen to be a home clash with Chelsea on Saturday, followed by a trip to Tottenham a week later, with losses in both nearly certain to throw West Brom into the relegation zone.
Chelsea are back in Premier League action this weekend when they travel to West Brom.
A trip to Tottenham follows and defeat in both games could spell the end for Pulis.
The club's Chinese owner Guochuan Lai has flown in for what could be a crunch clash with the defending champions.
Pulis says he wouldn't cry "foul" if West Brom showed him the door but remained defiant that he's the man to turn things around. I've been in this position before. We ended up 10th for third time in club's history.
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Pulis has better players and a deeper squad at his disposal, but is failing to get the most out of them and is clearly missing Darren Fletcher, the club captain who surprisingly left in the offseason to join Stoke. The manager also defended his record, pointing out that he had guided West Brom to a 10th-place finish last season. "You can kick on from then". "This club has fought relegation battles to the last days".
"I'm big enough, old enough and have been round the block enough to know that that's the cut off time".
It was a passionate and defiant response to questions about his future, and fair in some respects yet dubious in others, starting with the notion Chadli's unavailability through injury has been a factor in the malaise - Pulis has been reluctant to play the Belgian when fit. Still, all we have to do is look back to the last we came out of an global break and conjured up a loss at previously winless Crystal Palace in October. "I know the game, I know the score".
The club's fans have seemingly lost patience with Pulis and his pragmatic style of football, and a disgruntled section has called for his departure in recent games.
"The players don't owe me anything". What better game to do it than against them at home. Nothing is easy, nothing's a gimme in the Premier League - even amidst all the bad results, they still only lost by one goal to Manchester City a few weeks ago.