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  1. Blackburn Rovers are back on the road this weekend against Championship strugglers Rotherham United. Rovers come into this match in not the best form, having not won in 5 matches, but most recently they drew against Birmingham City. Rotherham United on the other hand come into this match drawing their last 5 matches. Who will have the last laugh? In this video we preview the match, look at the team stats, form book and of course a prediction from the Cat. Webpage ? http://blackburnroverseas.com Twitter ? http://twitter.com/roverseas Facebook ? http://facebook.com/b
  2. Not much interest in this one eh?! I don't know much about Birmingham except they are a massive, huge club. Around 1000 tickets sold as of yesterday. Predicting a meek 2-0 defeat, the team line up being anyone's guess.
  3. Blackburn Rovers stopped the recent run of defeats to force a draw against a Birmingham City blessed with a very decent attacking force. Birmingham opened up the scoring through Che Adams midway through the first half. To be honest, Birmingham could have scored a few more goals, so Rovers very lucky to only be one goal down at half time. Early in the 2nd half Charlie Mulgrew leveled the scoring direct from a corner kick. With the scores level, Rovers searched for a winner, however Birmingham also threatened. However it was Rovers who took the lead via Danny Graham to give Rovers be
  4. Next up for Blackburn Rovers a difficult away day at Birmingham City. Rovers come into this match in terrible form losing their past 4 games. Where as Birmingham City come into this match fresh off the back of a home defeat to Bolton Wanderers. In this video we will preview the match, take a look at the team stats, get a prediction from the cat and hear what opposition supporter Jack Iles has to say. Webpage ? http://blackburnroverseas.com Twitter ? http://twitter.com/roverseas Facebook ? http://facebook.com/blackburnroverseas Subscribe ? http://youtube.com/blackburnro
  5. Blackburn Rovers continued their recent poor form as they were beaten by playoff chasing Middlesbrough 0-1. The only goal of the game came in the 1st half through danger man Brit Assombalonga who also scored in the reverse fixture. Rovers were dealt another blow as they were reduced to 10 after Derrick Williams received a straight red card on a challenge on Ashley Fletcher. Rovers dug deep in the 2nd half and seem to perform much better with a man less on the field. In fact Rovers has two golden opportunities to level as both Bradley Dack and Danny Graham had great opportunities
  6. Win this and we will be only 5 points behind 6th placed Boro. Unfortunately it will be 1-1. Mogga will celebrate both goals. ?
  7. So as it stands we are de facto 16th, with Sheffield Weds and Brentford having games in hand to overtake us. We have just lost four on the bounce after manager and player of the month for January. Our next 6 games: - Birmingham (away) - (only 3 points ahead but played one game less) - could be a tough game - especially with no defenders. 0 points - Rotherham (away) - bottom three as it stands but so we’re Reading. 3 points on paper but could go either way. Tony going for a draw but the players showing a bit. 3 points - Preston (home) - the nobbers will be well up for t
  8. Whatever you do Rovers, do not lose this. We may have messageboard meltdown. Think I’m going to this match, and my away record this season isn’t the best. 3 losses out of 3 and 11 goals conceded. Pray for me! ?
  9. Blackburn Rovers return to Ewood Park in search of their first win in more than 3 matches. Their visitors this weekend will be high flyers Middlesbrough, who come into the match on the back of a defeat to fellow playoff chasers Sheffield United. Will we get a winner in this fixture? As when the two sides met earlier in the campaign the scoreline ended 1-1. In this video I'll preview the match, take a look at some expected starting elevens, team stats, a prediction from the Cat and more. We will also sit down and chat with Middlesbrough supporter John Gaunt on his thoughts o
  10. Blackburn Rovers make it three defeats in a row, after they lose on the road against relegation threatened Reading. Despite dominating the 1st half it was Reading who took the lead right on the stroke of half time as Swift scored Readings 1st of the match. Mowbray deciding to leave Dack, Graham and Reed on the bench, opting for a much changed attacking trio up front, had to swallow his pride and bring both Dack and Graham on to try and salvage a result. However Rovers equalizer came from an unlikely source that being Bell. Bell's strike made it an interesting final few minutes,
  11. Next up for Blackburn Rovers it is the away trip to Reading to see if we can get back to winning ways. Reading come into this match fresh off the back of a draw against Steve Bruce's Sheffield Wednesday, where as Rovers come into this match on the back of a 0-1 loss to Bristol City at Ewood Park. In this video I will take a look at the form books to see who will be the favored team, as well as getting a cheeky prediction from the Cat. I will also sit down and chat will Reading supporter James Salter about Reading's chances this week, not only against Blackburn Rovers but also to
  12. Blackburn Rovers could not keep Bristol City at bay and lose their second game in a row. Bristol City who came into this match on a rich vein on form continued their impressive season and maintained their playoff push. The only goal of the game came deep into the 2nd half when Pisano bumbled in a corner. To be fair Rovers offered little response with any chances at a goal being minimal. The result pushes Rovers down to 13th in the league where as Bristol City remain in 6th. In this video we take a look at the match stats, hear what the fans have to say, plus comments f
  13. Not sure if there is a taker for this, so I will get the ball rolling. P Must win if we have any aspirations of knocking around the play-offs. From last weekend the following players were carrying knocks -Lenihan, Dack, Graham, Travis and Evans. Does anyone have an update on this? We could do with them being fit, although perhaps a shake up wouldn't be the worst call. Not an easy team to pick this week, with a couple of main bones of contention. Bennett or Nyambe, Mulgrew or Rodwell. Raya Nyambe Lenihan(c) Rodwell Bell Tra
  14. Blackburn Rovers return to Ewood Park in an attempt to get back to winning ways, their opponents this weekend will be in form Bristol City. Rovers, hope to get back on the playoff track after their heavy defeat last weekend to Brentford. Bristol City on the other hand are the form team in the division, an would like to secure 3 more points to ensure they remain in the playoff spots. In the build up to the match I spoke with Dave Skinner from the One Stream in Bristol Podcast about the match. Catch his thoughts, starting lineups and of course a prediction from the Cat. One
  15. Blackburn Rovers fell to a heavy defeat against Brentford at Griffin Park losing 5-2 which ends their recent 4 game winning streak. In fact the result is Rovers first defeat in the league in 2019, as for Brentford however their nice run continues with this being their 5th win back to back. Rovers in fact burst into life at the start of the match scoring two goals within the first 10 minutes. The 1st a nice goal for Bradley Dack, with the second a nice set piece scored by Danny Graham. As for Brentford they clawed their way back into the match before half time to reduce the defi
  16. No thread up so I've made it. Let's get over the deadline day hangover. Fill yer boots........
  17. https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/football/3460875/rangers-colin-hendry-moorgate/ Out of retirement and playing for local.side moorgate.
  18. Next up for Blackburn Rovers its a difficult road trip to Brentford. Rovers come into this match in very good shape, winning 4 out of the last 4. In fact they have yet to lose any Sky Bet Championship match in 2019. Brentford are also in good form, and come into this match unbeaten in the last 6. They may be in 18th spot in the table, but they are on the rise. A win for Rovers could see them sneak into the playoff spots. Meanwhile, earlier this week I caught up with Daniel McGee who is a Brentford supporter to talk about that match, and get a quick summary of Brentford's
  19. Done some statistic research and this is our best 11: Raya Reed Lenihan Mulgrew Bennett Evans Rodwell Travis Dack Graham Armstrong Rodwell is a better defender than Mulgrew but Mulgrew has scored 8 goals this season so hard to leave out. Whats your best 11?
  20. Blackburn Rovers make it 4 wins on the spin after a fantastic performance against red hot Hull City. Rovers coming out on top with a 3-0 win with goals from Adam Armstrong, Jack Rodwell and Harrison (sign him up Tony) Reed. Hull who had been on a long unbeaten run looked lost without ideas, whereas Rovers looked hungry and took full advantage early on. After a dodgy Christmas period Rovers remain unbeaten (100%) in 2019 in the league and will look to kick on next week against Brentford at their place. Rovers: Raya, Bennett (c), Rodwell, Lenihan, Bell, Evans, Travis, Reed (C
  21. Here I am again, filling a void. Talking tosh. Reet, they are Yorkshire, we are better. It's apparently 111 miles according to an app I used between the two grounds (ours is better, I've been to theirs). One hour fifty seven, if the M62 isn't snowy. They were founded in 1904, and are apparently a City. In the words of Shania Twain, "That don't impress me much". They've won nowt, and got to the promised land in 2007, briefly. They share a love of strange owner/s. Head to head: W 30 D 17 L 15 We had our first meeting in the FA Cup in 1947, when we wo
  22. Blackburn Rovers return to Sky Bet Championship action when they take on red hot Hull City at Ewood Park. Both sides come into the match on 40 points in the table. Rovers meanwhile, have won their past 3 league matches most recently a 2-0 win against Ipswich Town. Hull City have turned a massive corner and after a tricky start they have shot up the table. They come into this match on the back of a respectable 2-2 draw against Aston Villa and Villa Park. In this video I caught up with Hull City superfan Bobbi Hadgraft to talk all things Hull City, we also get a sneaky predi
  23. Having seen off Millwall at their place at the weekend, we welcome the division’s basement boys Ipswich Town to Ewood this weekend. They beat fellow strugglers Rotherham last time out, so will be buoyed by that result, if nothing else. Being totally honest, Ipswich look doomed and have done for a while. It would be one of THE great escapes if they managed to avoid relegation this season. I’ve been to Portman Road myself and I can confirm even without doing a point to point search via the medium of Google Maps, it’s REALLY FAR AWAY! It was a sunny day, the first day of the season
  24. Rovers at The Dingles in the FA Challenge Cup Semi-Final. https://www.burnleyfootballclub.com/news/2019/january/burnley-fc-women-to-host-rovers-in-semi-final/ Rovers season isn't over just yet. ?
  25. Blackburn Rovers make it 3 wins out of 3 for 2019 after a solid performance against strugglers Ipswich Town. Rovers winning the match 2-0 with goals from Danny Graham (penalty), and substitute Joe Nuttall wrapping up the win. Blackburn created multiple chances and could have been 3 goals to the good at half time, however we were not clinical enough in front of goal. Ultimately Rovers pace and creativity caused tio many problems for Paul Lambert and his men. Rovers: Raya, Bennett (c), Lenihan, Rodwell, Bell, Evans (Smallwood, 82), Travis, Reed (Rothwell, 46), Dack, Armstrong
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