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A massive match

11 December 2015

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Craig Conway hopes Rovers can make the most of the momentum that is building by claiming all three points against Rotherham United this evening.

Victory over Bristol City last time out was Rovers' third in their last six outings as they closed the gap on the teams above them.

Conway, who signed a new contract with the club earlier in the week, knows it is important not to get too carried away with results that have gone before and to concentrate on each game as it comes.

"I definitely think we are starting to build little bit of momentum but it means nothing if you slip up in your next game," Conway told Rovers PlayerHD.

"So Friday is a massive game for us, especially at home and a good chance to make it two wins in a row.

"The mistake is getting too carried away, the next game is the most important, and then after that we've a game really quickly on Monday, so my full focus is on Rotherham on Friday.

"If you look at our home performances, taking away maybe the Brentford one where I didn't think we played great, but after that I think we've put in some good performances.

"I think it is just turning them into wins, which we have been doing recently away from home. We had a tough game against Sheffield Wednesday who are a good side and have spent a lot of money so I wouldn't get too downhearted about that draw.

"But we definitely want to go and get a win in front of our home fans and make it a fortress and that is the plan on Friday.

"Being at home is a big advantage and hopefully we can make the most of that."

Tickets for the match against Rotherham will be on sale until the 7.45pm kick-off, priced from £13 for Adults, from £9 for Seniors and 18-21 year-olds and from just £4 for Juniors aged 17 and under.

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