Rovers 3 Blackpool 0

Adam Armstrong’s brace adds to Bradley Dack’s opener as Rovers run out comfortable winners at home.

An Adam Armstrong brace ensured Rovers picked up another crucial three points against Gary Bowyer’s Blackpool at Ewood Park.


Blackburn Rovers 2 – 2 Wigan

Oh dear, we gave the game away.

Blackburn Rovers let slip a two-goal lead as League One promotion rivals Wigan Athletic fought back well to earn a deserved Lancashire derby draw.

Bradley Dack sent Adam Armstrong clear for a well-taken early opener before getting away with a rough challenge to set up Elliott Bennett’s second.


Blackburn Rovers 2- 0 Bury

Blackburn Rovers were spurred on to beat Bury after being booed by their own fans at the end of the first half, says boss Tony Mowbray.

The 2-0 win that put Rovers top of League One followed second-half goals by Danny Graham and Adam Armstrong.


Portsmouth 1 – 2 Blackburn Rovers

‘That’s for our supporters ‘ – Tony Mowbray reacts to Rovers’ win at Portsmouth.

Yes, a good win indeed!

TONY Mowbray was delighted to send the travelling Rovers fans home happy as an Adam Armstrong brace handed them a 2-1 win at Portsmouth.


Blackburn Rover 2- 2 Oldham Athletic

By the skin of our teeth, a point is acceptable, better than a loss.

Blackburn Rovers produced a stirring comeback to claim a point from a 2-2 draw at home to 10-man Oldham Athletic.


Plymouth 2 – 0 Blackburn Rovers

*Shock horror as Rover’s winning run comes to an end* > down to third.

Two first half strikes end Rovers’ unbeaten run in League One.

A first half to forget led to Rovers suffering their first defeat in 19 league games as Plymouth ran out comfortable winners at a wet and windy Home Park

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Shrewsbury Town 1 – 3 Blackburn Rovers

We needed to get a result..

Blackburn Rovers captain Charlie Mulgrew struck twice as Blackburn defeated promotion rivals Shrewsbury.

Mulgrew marked his 50th league start with a goal early in the first half before Jon Nolan’s 35th-minute penalty levelled matters.


Rovers 3 – 1 Walsall

Blackburn produced a dominant display as they eased to victory against Walsall to climb into the top two of League One.

Danny Graham’s first-half double put the hosts in control, but Joe Edwards replied for the visitors just before half-time.


Rotherham United 1 – 1 Blackburn Rovers

Bradley Dack’s tenth goal of the season wasn’t enough as Rovers were left frustrated for the second time in three days after some late heartbreak at the New York Stadium.

Dack confidently slotted home mid-way through the second half to hand Rovers a deserved lead in south Yorkshire.


Blackburn Rovers V Rochdale

Blackburn Rovers made it three successive League One wins at home with a 2-0 victory over struggling Rochdale.

A dour opening was ended in the 35th minute through a Kgosi Ntlhe own goal and Charlie Mulgrew’s emphatic 42nd-minute penalty doubled their lead to move Rovers to within a point of second-placed Shrewsbury.