Date: 28th October 2016 at 11:45am
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Danny Guthrie’s been in the Blackburn side for the last three-matches, playing his part in helping Rovers to a win against Nottingham Forest recently but that was followed up by a defeat at Bristol City.

Guthrie and Corry Evans combined to help set up one of Sam Gallagher’s goals against Forest with him telling the Lancashire Telegraph he feels the pair have developed a good partnership.

He’s hopeful these performances will keep him in the side and can help Blackburn to some further wins to move us away from the relegation zone, as well as continue to build on his blossoming partnership with Evans.

‘I hope I`ve staked a claim for my place. I`ve been playing well and the team`s been playing well too. Me and Corry are just two good footballers who seem to be on the same page. We enjoy playing with each other. We both like to work hard as well as being comfortable on the ball. We feel we`ve formed a good partnership and can just hopefully turn our performances into wins.’


‘The two lads who have been playing up front for us have been doing really well, but we probably need to give them a hand in the final third. We`ve got two really good wingers, but as midfielders we do have to chip in with assists and goals and that`s something we`re looking to improve on.’

With the likes of Hope Akpan and Jack Byrne adding competition he knows he, and others, need to be ‘looking over their shoulder’ though.

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