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Heading in the right direction

21 November 2014

Lee Williamson is eager to see Rovers maintain their current run of results when they face Leeds United tomorrow afternoon.

Rovers go into the Roses clash at Ewood off the back of a seven-game unbeaten run, with the midfielder believing the spirit in the camp can ensure that it is extended to keep them moving up the table.

On a personal level Williamson has had an impressive run of displays, but he knows that it isn't just about his performances, but the team as a whole.

"I'm happy with how I'm playing, but there's always room for improvement, not just for me, but for the other lads in the team," said the midfielder.

"As a team we are doing well, we are picking up good results and it is good. We are really pushing on, we are near the top and that is where we need to stay.

"There is a really good atmosphere at the club, everybody gets on, there's a good bond between the players and staff. Everybody shows a good attitude and everyone supports each other whether they are playing or not.

"That is why we are doing the right things and heading in the right direction."

Rovers are encouraging supporters to get their tickets for Saturday's match against Leeds United in advance as tickets for the Roses clash will go off sale at Ewood Park at 12 noon on the day of the game.

Tickets for the game are currently on sale to home fans with a database history of purchasing match tickets and supporters can pre-book in advance online at or via the call centre on 0871 222 1444 and collect from the Roverstore collection point on the day of the game.

Tickets are also available in store at the Roverstore at Ewood Park and the Oneroverstore on Church Street in Blackburn.

Prices are on sale from £21 for Adults, from £13 for Seniors 65 and over, and from just £8 for Under-17s.

The club is anticipating its biggest attendance of the season, swelled by a sizeable visiting support. Therefore, supporters are being advised to arrive early to avoid delays.

Due to the large number of away coaches, this could cause congestion on the approach roads to Ewood Park, especially from the Darwen End, which is likely to impact on users of Car Park B.

Also with roadworks that are part of the Pennine Reach Ewood Gyratory Scheme, car parking options around the stadium are reduced. Matchday parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis from Car Park H and Car Park F priced at £10.

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