Dunn focused on survival mission
Blackburn Rovers skipper David Dunn believes his side have 'three cup finals' to try and maintain their Premier League status.
Rovers halted a five-game losing streak with a 2-0 victory over Norwich last weekend to renew their hopes of beating the drop, thanks to goals by Mauro Formica and Junior Hoilett at Ewood Park.
However, Dunn knows he and his team-mates will have to do it all again in at least two of their remaining fixture to stand any chance of surviving.
Steve Kean's men head into this Sunday's game away to Tottenham just one place above the bottom in 19th and still three points shy of Wigan and QPR who occupy the spots just above the relegation zone.
The experienced midfielder is now calling on the club's fans to put aside their differences with the owners Venky's and focus all of their energies on encouraging the team to pull out of an alarming on-field predicament.
The run-in doesn't get any easier for Rovers either, with a six-pointer against the Latics potentially determining their fate in the next home game, before an end of season showdown at in-form Chelsea.
Dunn told Sky Sports News: "I think this year everyone knows it has been a really testing season for us, both on and off the pitch.
"It is going to take a really big effort. At times on Saturday (against Norwich) we played OK, I didn't think it was the best we've played this season but we got a result.
"Certainly at this stage of the season a much needed three points is crucial.
"We have got to go down to Tottenham and really give them a good game and try and win the game.
"The Wigan game a week after is a really big one. I would say that the next three fixtures are three cup finals for us."