Date: 21st August 2015 at 11:21am
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Blackburn are off to Brighton this weekend for the latest Championship fixture against the so far unbeaten Seagulls, will this change with Rovers getting a first win of the campaign?

It goes without saying this will be the aim, if it happens or not is another matter!

Ahead of this game confirmed tickets, with 500 sold so far this game at the Amex Stadium, are still available and will be from the ticket office until 4pm on Friday.

Tickets are priced as follows:-

Adult – £30
Seniors (65+) – £22
U21 – £22
Juniors (17 & Under) – £15
U10 – £8

Any Rovers fans wishing to pay on the day at the Amex Stadium can do this however these ticket prices do increase by £1.50.

Details for the upcoming game at Craven Cottage, kicking-off as 12noon, against Fulham on 13th September have also been released on

1,448 tickets have been allocated to the club and go on sale to season ticket holders today, if any remain they’ll go on general sale from next Thursday.

These are priced at:-

Adult – £25
Seniors (65+) – £20
17-21 – £20
Juniors (16 & Under) – £15

The following was also announced as regards to disabled supporter tickets.

‘We have been allocated 9 pairs of tickets for wheelchair users unable to transfer to a stand seat. Tickets are 50% off the ticket price for the disabled supporter with a complimentary carer if required. Disabled supporters are asked to specify additional needs and requirements at the time of booking. Accessible transport will be available for wheelchair users via Away Travel. If you require use of the lift to access the vehicle for Away Travel you will need to board at the Darwen End, Ewood Park.’

Having spoken about Brighton it only seems right to push you in the attention of the latest pre-match poll!

Blackburn will hope for a positive result, but will this happen?

Whatever line up Gary Bowyer goes with Rovers fans travelling, or listening, will hope for a good result however ahead of the game we’re looking for your views on what way you think it will go, which obviously requires you to vote in the latest poll one of three ways….

Blackburn win
Brighton win

Not only do we want you to cast your vote, which you do to your right, we’re also looking for your thoughts and views too on all of the above so do share some of those with your comments below!

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