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Going all out for the win

8 April 2016

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Boss Paul Lambert aims to put a frustrating week behind him by guiding Rovers to all three points against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.

The last two outings against both Preston North End and Sheffield Wednesday has seen Rovers in front only to be reduced to ten men and ultimately end up on the losing side.

Tomorrow's match at Molineux represents the perfect opportunity to get back to winning ways, and although the Scot knows it won't be easy against Kenny Jackett's side, they'll be going all out for all three points.

"After a defeat if you play Saturday, Tuesday, Saturday then it can come on you pretty quickly and this one is the same," Lambert told Rovers PlayerHD.

"As I've said I thought we deserved more out of the Sheffield Wednesday game and I've said that every time with the bigger games that we've deserved more.

"Little things are going against us at the minute but we just have to see it through and it will turn.

"We'll go to Wolves, like we've always done, and we'll go and try and win. You just hope that you get a strong referee that is going to be decent.

"Wolves away is a tough game, we know it is going to be hard place to go to, but we are playing well enough, I won't let that cloud my vision."

Tickets for the match will go off sale at Ewood Park at 4pm this Friday. Some 550 tickets have been sold to date.

Prices are £28 for Adults, £15 for Seniors aged 65 and over, £15 for Under-21s, £12 for Under-17s and £10 for Under-12s.

To reserve your place call the ticket office on 01254 372000, call in store at Ewood, or book online at

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