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Corry Evans is pleased to make a return to Ewood Park this weekend when QPR visit

31 October 2018

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Corry Evans says a return to Ewood Park is just what Rovers wanted following a couple of trips on the road last week.

A three-game week saw Rovers head to Swansea City in midweek before following that up with a point gained against another former Premier League side in West Bromwich Albion at the weekend.
But a clash with QPR sees a first of back-to-back home fixtures at Ewood Park and Evans is relishing the opportunity to continue chalking up the points on home turf.
“We have a good record at home and with two games at Ewood coming up it’s an opportunity to get back to winning ways," the Northern Ireland international said to iFollow Rovers ahead of the game.
"It’s nice that there’s a break in-between as well as we’ve had plenty of travelling recently to Swansea and West Brom.
“We were disappointed to lose that unbeaten home run against Sheffield United but it was great to get back on track against Leeds. It was a great result for us.
“The aim is to win every game. We want to continue making Ewood a fortress. To do that we know we need to work hard, get the fans behind us and make it a difficult place for opponents to come to.
“It was a great atmosphere last time at Ewood and that support can really drive us on."
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