Henning Berg believes that Peterborough United's performances haven't warranted the results they've sustained in recent weeks.
Rovers travel to London Road for the first time in 38 years on Saturday and face a side that has lost on their last three outings.
But Berg believes that Darren Ferguson's side have been playing well and that Rovers will have to be wary.
"They have played better lately that the results they've had," said the Rovers boss.
"Palace needed to score two very late goals to beat them, Brighton scored in extra time to beat them.
"Even the game away to Sheffield Wednesday was a really tight game.
"They do play a little bit different than other teams so it will be a difficult game, it will be a different game, but of course a game that is possible for us to play well, to win the game.
"We'll go there being positive looking to win the game, knowing that there are no easy games, knowing that they have played level in performance with the best team in the league last week.
"So it isn't going to be easy, but we go there to do our best and looking to win."