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The job is far from done

7 March 2017

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After climbing out of the bottom three for the first time in 2017, Craig Conway knows it is imperative that Rovers continue to collect points to ensure that they remain away from the relegation zone.

Seven points from their last three outings has seen Rovers move up to 20th in the table, but the Scot insists there is plenty more to do as the job is far from over.

After the weekend win over Wigan Athletic, Rovers are back in action at Ewood this Tuesday night when Cardiff City are the visitors. A match that the midfielder knows will be tough.

"We've done well over the last ten days or so to get ourselves out from where we have been for a long time, but that isn't the job done, we have to keep winning and get ourselves out of there for good," said Conway.

"We are definitely good enough to do that but we'll just take each game as it comes and just keep hopefully picking up points.

"With the situation that we are in the most important thing is to get the points. Obviously seven out of nine is a great start so hopefully with these three home games in a row we can go out and get another three points which we know we are more than capable of.

"We knew it was going to be a massive week for us, we'll look to the Cardiff game and look to get the three points again.

"Cardiff, since Neil Warnock has taken over, have really shot up the table. I've seen a few bits on TV and they are a real attacking force. They've got quick lads and they break on you, and they've been scoring some goals as well.

"So it definitely will be a tough game, but hopefully we can keep another clean sheet, I always think we are capable of scoring goals going forward, but it will definitely be a tough night."

Tickets for tonight's match are on open sale priced from just £18 Adults, £12 Seniors/18-21 year-olds, and from £7 for Juniors aged 17 and under.

Reserve your seat today by booking online at, by visiting the Roverstore at Ewood Park, or by calling the ticket office on 01254 372000.

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