Date: 20th April 2015 at 7:47pm
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A first win at Ewood Park in well over a month is something that Blackburn are looking for on Tuesday when we take on relegation threatened Millwall.

The FA Cup run meant that this game had to previously been rescheduled and as much as we’ll be keen to win, and make up for the three-three draw with Forest on Saturday – when we led three times, it’s game that Millwall need to win more if they want to say in the Championship….

Jason Lowe (foot), Shane Duffy (knee), Grant Hanley (calf), Alex Baptiste (hamstring), Josh King (hamstring) and David Dunn (calf) will all sit out once again.

There’s not really too much that Gary Bowyer can change due to injuries so not much will change but Rudy Gestede, who was able to play against Forest on Saturday when he had been a doubt – which is just as well given his hat-trick! – should start again as he seeks his 20th goal of the season.

Millwall, who know they can move to within a point of safety with a win, will have to do without Ed Upson (suspension) following a recent sending off, Shaun Williams (foot) and Shaun Cummings (groin).

Draw seem the in thing for Blackburn at the moment and the meeting at the Den in November ended in a two-two draw, you wouldn’t bet on something similar on Tuesday would you?

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