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Midfielder anticipates tight match against old friends

12 September 2015

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Danny Guthrie returns to one of his former clubs this Sunday when Rovers take on Fulham in the lunchtime kick-off.

The summer signing spent three months on loan at Craven Cottage at the end of last season and is looking forward to locking horns with his former team-mates in tomorrow's 12.00pm kick-off.

Guthrie believes it will be a close contest between the two sides, just as all of the matches have been so far this season.

"I spent three months there on loan at the end of last season," the midfielder told Rovers Player. "I really enjoyed it, it is a lovely club.

"They are a good team with good players so it will be a good game.

"Every game has been so tight and the margins have been so small that it is just dependent on one or two things and we'll get that win.

"I've noticed it even more this season, just from watching games on TV as well, the games are so tight it is really small things affecting the games and the margins and the scorelines are really tight.

"We've been slightly unlucky but we can only carry that so far. We have to turn it to our favour and win a game.

"We need to get the points on the board sooner rather than later and it is a great game for us coming up, we are on the TV so it would be a great time to do it."

Fans can pay on the day at Craven Cottage with matchday prices of £30 for Adults, £25 for Seniors aged 65 & over, £25 for 17 - 21’s and £15 for Juniors aged 16 and under.

Not going to London? Then why not watch the big match in Blues Bar at Ewood Park? Doors open from 11am on Sunday with Fosters and John Smith's available at just £2 a pint until the first goal is scored!

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