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Cairney hopes for Ewood repeat

Posted: Sat 21 Sep 2013
Author: rovers.co.uk

Tom Cairney is looking forward to playing in front of the Ewood Park crowd once more this Saturday afternoon.

Rovers face Huddersfield Town later today with the midfielder hoping for another exciting home display following on from the goal-laden wins over Barnsley and Bolton Wanderers.

"We've scored nine goals in out last two home games, if Manchester United did that everybody would be going mad," joked Cairney.

"I always fancy us to score in games, especially with Jordan up top, so I think if we do keep more clean sheets then I really do fancy us to win games, even if it is a scruffy 1-0.

"If we do that then that will see us start to move further up the league.

"We've played exciting football at home in the last two games. Barnsley and Bolton couldn't really handle it, so hopefully that will be the same against Huddersfield on Saturday.

"They won again on Tuesday, there are no easy games in this division at all, you have to be at full tilt to win any game.

"It is going to be a tough game, James Vaughan is a handful in this division, I think if we keep him quiet then I fancy us to get three points."

Tickets for today's game are on open sale up until the 3pm kick-off, priced from £19 Adults, £12 Seniors and £7 Juniors.