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Working hard will earn it's rewards

29 October 2016

Marvin Emnes believes hard work on the training pitch will start to pay dividends in terms of results on the playing field.

With Wolverhampton Wanderers the visitors to Ewood Park this Saturday, the Rovers striker is convinced that luck will turn their way and they'll start to collect the points to get out of the bottom three and rise up the table.

The Dutchman admits that small errors have proved costly in recent weeks, but is sure that results will soon pick up.

"Every game that we play we try to play for the three points to climb the table, so it is going to be another big game on Saturday," said Emnes.

"There are a lot of games coming up and if we can get a couple of good wins on the bounce then I'm sure we are not going to be there for long. Hopefully we can turn it around soon.

"It is quite hard, you can play good football the whole game and one mistake and it costs you the game. That has happened quite a lot in the last couple of games.

"Sometimes you have to be more lucky than the other team to win games.

"But if we work hard as a team and keep playing our style then we will get the points to help us climb the table.

"Even in training we are all fighting for our positions, the training is hard, we all want to play."

Tickets for today's match are priced from £22 for Adults, £14 Concessions and £9 for Juniors aged 17 and under.

Buy online today at www.eticketing.co.uk/onerovers and collect from the Roverstore collection point, or by in store at Ewood Park, or call 01254 372000.

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