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Our aim remains the same

19 December 2015

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Danny Guthrie believes Rovers are more than capable of securing a Championship play-off position.

Paul Lambert's side go into tomorrow's game in an excellent form having not tasted defeat in eight games.

Admitting finishing in the top-six spot was a pre-season target, Guthrie wants the impressive performances to continue starting this Sunday against one of his former clubs Reading.

"It's been our aim all season," Guthrie told Radio Rovers.

"We have probably drawn too many games, but since the new manager has come in, the lads have done really well and we've all said that we have to push for the top six.

"We have put ourselves in a position that we can, we cannot drop our standards.

"This period coming up with loads of games is really pivotal for us as it can go one way or the other and we're really keen to push on."

Tickets for tomorrow's match are no longer on sale at Ewood, but they will be on sale on the day of the game from the Madejski Stadium from 12.30pm at the South Stand ticket office situated between gates 9 and 10.

Matchday prices are £28 for Adults, £18 for 65s and over, £13 for 18-24 year-olds and £10 for Rovers fans aged 17 and under.

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