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11 January 2013

Gary Bowyer will be looking for more of the same when Rovers take on Wolves this evening.

The caretaker boss has overseen three wins from his three games in charges and is out to make that four at Molineux this Friday night.

Bowyer is wary that the opposition may get a boost by the arrival of former Rovers coach Dean Saunders as their new boss, but insists it is all about his team and how they go about the game.

"It'll be a tough game, obviously there is a new manager in charge but we can't control that," said Bowyer on Thursday.

"The only thing that we can control is our level of performance and ow we go about it and that is what we have said to the players and that is what we'll be doing, concentrating on  ourselves.

"It has always been about us and how we have gone about it. That is what we have done in the previous three games and that is what we'll continue to do.

"Whatever team or formation they play it is up to us to go and impose ourselves on the game, outwit them, out-run them and try and win the match.

"We'll be looking to start the game properly, go about our game, looking to put our stamp on the game and hopefully our fans will travel down there and give us the backing our lads need."

Tickets for the game at Molineux are on sale until kick-off. Prices are £24 for Adults, £14 for Seniors and, Under 21s, £11 for Under 17s and £8 for Under 12s.

Not going to the game? Then why not watch the match at the next best place - Ewood Park! Our big screens at Blues Bar will be showing the game from 7.00pm on Friday night. Find out details here.

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