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Keep that belief

16 September 2015

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Gary Bowyer knows that if the team continues to create the number of chances then the results will follow.

It was the same old story for Rovers on Sunday as they dominated Fulham for long periods, but a combination of excellent goalkeeping, poor officiating, and wastefulness in front of goal once again proved costly.

The manager knows that it is important that Rovers maintain the belief that the results will come, and to be that little bit more ruthless in front of goal, starting tonight against Queens Park Rangers.

"The way that we finished in the second half against Fulham, the players came in with loads of positives to take into the game on Wednesday," Bowyer told Rovers Player.

"Overall we were the dominant team and the feedback that we had, not just from people inside the club, but outside the club about our performance was very good.

"But we know we've got to get a win, it is as simple as that.

"We've created something like 70-odd chances in four games, so we've got to keep that belief and that confidence and be a little bit more ruthless and take our chances."

The Rovers boss knows that this evening's match at Loftus Road will be another tough encounter, as they come up against another big spending side.

"QPR have come down from the Premier League, there's obviously is talk about the embargo with them. But Chris Ramsey has rightly gone out and spend money whilst he's allowed to spend money," he added.

"They've improved their squad and we are aware of the challenge that lies ahead.

"We've just got to go with the positive mindset that we had on Sunday and keep the belief going and do everything that we possibly can to get that first win.

"The Championship is very difficult, there is no easy games, and this is another example of that."

Supporters who haven't yet purchased tickets for Wednesday night's game against Queens Park Rangers can do so on the evening of the game.

Tickets will going off sale at Ewood at 10.30am this morning and after that supporters can pay on the night against Queens Park Rangers, with prices of £32 for Adults, £22 for Seniors (Over 60) and 16 - 21’s, and £15 for Juniors aged Under 16.

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