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Make home advantage count

11 December 2015

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Paul Lambert knows Rovers have to make the most of home advantage when the take on Rotherham United at Ewood this evening.

After back-to-back wins on their travels, Rovers will be eager to get their home form up and running when they face the Millers tonight.

The Rovers boss knows the game against Neil Redfearn's side won't be easy, but it is up to them to make the running and take the game to their opponents.

"Friday night under the lights is always a special kind of night," said the Rovers boss. "And the most important thing for our football club is to win. 

"It is a tough game, every game you play in this league is really hard and this will be no different.

"We have the advantage of being at home and the advantage of playing well at this minute in time so we have to make the running.

"They can come and being at the lower end of the table maybe nobody expects anything of them and the expectancy levels are on us to win, so it will be a hard game and if we don't show that appetite then we'll be in trouble."

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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