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Fortunes have to change

7 December 2013

David Dunn firmly believes that Rovers can improve on their travels and defeat Queens Park Rangers this Saturday.

The Rovers midfielder, who will make his 350th appearance for the club if he features today, feels that it has to be sooner rather than later that the side will go on a run and rise up the table.

"We are sat mid-table and not a million miles off the play-off spots," said the 33-year-old.

"I'm a firm believer that we will go on a run, I certainly hope so. If we get that mentality right here and we are resilient away from home then we can go on a run and have a real push for it.

"I would imagine that there are 18, 20 teams in this league going into every game thinking they can win it, that is the beauty of this Championship.

"Although it is not the top league in this country, that is a lot of people talk about it. The results are so inconsistant.

"When we beat Leeds last Saturday I felt we might be able to go on and get nine points from the three games, but unfortunately that hasn't happened.

"QPR are certainly a team that everyone is talking about, they have probably got one of the best squads in the league. Some very good players, very experienced.

"People are right to say that they are up there with a real shout of going up as champions. But there is no reason why we can't go down there and get a positive result."

Tickets for today's game will be on sale cash only from the away turnstiles. Prices are £30.00 Adults, £20.00 Seniors (over 60), £20.00 Young Adult 16-21 (Proof of Age Required), £15.00 Under 16.

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