Skip to main content Skip to site footer
Club News

Keep the big games coming

11 March 2015

Corry Evans feels that Rovers can take the high from Sunday's draw with Liverpool into this evening's match against Bolton Wanderers.

Corry Evans feels that Rovers can take the high from Sunday's draw with Liverpool into this evening's match against Bolton Wanderers.

Rovers' busy schedule sees no signs of slowing as they prepare for their tenth match in just over a month, but the Northern Ireland international is happy for the games to keep on coming.

"We've had a couple of days rest now recovering from Sunday, training has been good, we are looking sharp and looking forward to the game," said Evans.

"it is a good thing that we are straight into another game and a big game as well. It is going to be a tough game for us but it is good that it comes around quick.

"It is crazy but these are the times when the squad strength in depth shows, and I think we've got the squad to cope with that.

"The manager has done a good job in strengthening in all areas and the competition keeps everyone on their toes."

The Rovers midfielder has mixed memories of matches against Bolton. He started his Rovers career with a superb strike in a 4-1 Ewood win last season, but this campaign he was on the losing side on Boxing Day at the Macron Stadium.

"It was good to come on that day and score, it was a great performance from the lads to win 4-1," added the midfielder.

"Hopefully we can have a repeat of that performance. As long as we get the three points thats all that matters."

Tickets for tonight's match against Bolton will be on sale until the 7.45pm kick-off. Prices are from £21 for Adults, from £13 for Seniors and Students, and from just £8 for Juniors aged 16 and under.

Why not avoid the matchday queues and book online at www.onerovers.co.uk and collect from the Roverstore collection point before the game.

Advertisement block