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Focus on what we can do

28 October 2016

Owen Coyle believes the change of management at Wolves means they'll be a tougher proposition when the two sides meet at Ewood Park tomorrow.

Saturday's visitors dispensed of the services of Walter Zenga earlier this week, so Wolves will be under the care of coach Rob Edwards and former Rovers midfielder Scott Sellars.

That means it will be trickier for the Rovers boss to predict how they will line-up, but he knows that if his side approach the match in the same way as they did against Nottingham Forest then they'll have an excellent chance of collecting all three points.

"That is always the challenge, trying to second-guess what the team line-up will be," said Coyle.

"But we can't allow that to derail our preparation in any way, we have to focus on what we can do in making sure that we are at our best.

"If we do that then we certainly believe at home at Ewood it is a game that we can win. In the last game against Nottingham Forest we were terrific for a huge part of the game and the fans were brilliant and got behind the team and that is always important.

"So the onus is on the players to give that performance to get the fans excited and enjoying the game."

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