Rovers midfielder Lewis Travis says a second game in the space of a few days won't bother him, as Tony Mowbray's side aim to make it four successive victories in the Championship.
Travis was a Man of the Match contender following his excellent display at Queens Park Rangers on Good Friday, winning the penalty from which Danny Graham put Rovers 1-0 up in west London.
In the baking heat, it may have been tough for Travis and his team-mates, and whilst the 21-year-old admitted afterwards that it was a real tough "shift", the number 27 is eager to get back on the grass.
Bolton Wanderers make the short trip to Ewood Park on Monday, and Travis is desperate to continue his and Rovers' excellent April form.
“We worked so hard for the result against QPR, especially in the heat, which was really tough for the lads We put in a real shift," the midfielder said after the game.
“We want to take every game as it comes and build now for next season, especially myself, I want to be a regular next term.
“I want to add more goals and assists to my game, I know that, the gaffer knows that as well.
“The games keep coming for us, and that's just the way I like it. Bolton will be working on things for the rest of this season with a plan in mind for next season.
“Sometimes when teams get relegation confirmed they may wonder the point of playing again. But they'll certainly be a tough opponent for us, with the pressure off them.”