Owen Coyle has demanded a reaction from his players as they prepare to take on Cardiff City on Wednesday evening.
Following the weekend loss at Wigan Athletic, Rovers are back on their travels when they face the Bluebirds at the Cardiff City Stadium.
The Rovers boss knows that the team have to cut out the individual errors that have proved so costly in the opening two games of the season if they are to have any chance of picking up the required points to move up the table.
"The key is to give ourselves an opportunity in the game," Coyle told Rovers PlayerHD. "What we are doing is we are shooting ourselves in the foot and playing catch-up.
"So we have to give ourselves a chance to go and get a platform to build on and see where that takes you, because I'm convinced that with the players we have that can score goals, if we get that foothold in the game we can go and win.
"But it seems that every individual error we are making has been heavily punished and that can happen at the level that we play. So we have to eradicate those individual errors and give ourselves a platform to go and win some games.
"So the focus is to make sure that we are concentrating to give ourself a chance."
Fans who haven't yet got their tickets for the Wednesday night match against Cardiff City have until close of business today to obtain them from Ewood Park.
Some 200 tickets have been sold to Rovers fans for the midweek match. Advanced prices are £22 Adults, £18 Seniors, £13 16-21yrs and £10 for Juniors aged 15 and under.
After that supporters can buy on the night at the Cardiff City Stadium, from the away ticket office at Gate 12.
However supporters should note that there is a £2 price increase for sales on the day, meaning matchday prices are £24 Adults, £20 Seniors, £15 16-21yrs and £12 for Juniors aged 15 and under.
Supporters using the club's official away travel should note that Blues Bar will be open from 10am serving food and drinks.