Craig Conway admitted to the same feelings of frustration following Saturday's draw with Nottingham Forest as he felt after the midweek match against Birmingham City.
On Tuesday Rovers twice lead at St. Andrew's but drew the match 2-2, and at Ewood Park yesterday the home side took the lead on no less than three occasions but still only ended the match with a point to leave the Scot unhappy.
"The feeling is of frustration," Conway told Radio Rovers after the game.
"It is probably the same as after the Birmingham game, to score three goals at home we've got to be winning the game.
"It is the story of us, we've been banging them in, scoring and taking the lead, we've had no problem with that, it is just as a team to keep them out at the other end and it is costing us points.
"As a team it is something we have to look at, we always look back on the game and that is something that we will do. It is just frustrating to score three goals and not win the game.
"It is a small positive that we are another game unbeaten but we want to be winning games. We've got a good chance at home on Tuesday night to go and get the three points and to make sure that if we take the lead then we make sure that we keep it."
Rovers are back in action at Ewood Park this Tuesday night when they face Millwall, kick-off 7.45pm.
Tickets are currently on open sale from £12 Adults, £9 for Seniors 65+, £9 Students and £5 for Under 17s. Book online today at www.onerovers.co.uk and collect your tickets on the night of the match from the Roverstore collection point.