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The break has been of benefit to us

12 September 2015

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Rovers boss Gary Bowyer hopes the two weeks spent putting in the hard yards on the training pitches results in a first win of the season on Sunday.

With 15 days between the match against Bolton and tomorrow's Fulham clash, the coaching staff have been working with the players to increase their fitness levels.

The manager hopes that the time spent at Brockhall pays off and that they return north from Craven Cottage with all three points.

"The international break has been a benefit for us," said Bowyer.

"What it has enabled us to do is get the ones that have come in throughout the start of the season up to speed and everyone has looked very good on that, and have worked ever so hard.

"It has also been a massive plus that the lads who have gone away have returned fit and healthy.

"We've got the group back together and done some good work over the last few days so quite a few of them are a lot sharper than they were when they played against Bolton."

Fans can pay on the day at Craven Cottage on Sunday 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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