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A game to look forward to

4 November 2016

Corry Evans is eager to head into the international break on a high with a win over Aston Villa on Saturday.

The midfielder will link up with Northern Ireland after the weekend, but first wants to claim a second win on the road for Rovers.

Evans knows it won't be easy against the Villans, a side managed by his former boss Steve Bruce who he played under at Hull City.

"They've had a slow start themselves, but they've picked up recently," Evans told Rovers PlayerHD.

"It's still a massive club and it's a place I'm really looking forward to going and playing, I think everyone is.

"If we get a win on Saturday, it would be a massive boost to the whole team.

"I know they'll be solid and hard working, that's a given if you play for Steve Bruce's teams. That's how he wants them to be.

"They'll be physical and they'll be in your face, and I'm sure it will be a very difficult game."

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Tickets for Saturday's match are no longer on sale at Ewood Park, but they are available on the day of the game from the away ticket kiosk on Witton Lane next to the away turnstiles.

Prices are £25 for Adults, £15 for Seniors and Under-21s, £10 for Under-8s.

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