Dunn issues rallying cry
Blackburn Rovers midfielder David Dunn has insisted the squad needs to stick together if they are to avoid relegation this season.
The Lancashire outfit are in the midst of a Premier League relegation scrap this term, having struggled since the sacking of former manager Sam Allardyce.
Rovers are set to take on Liverpool on Tuesday night at Ewood Park, with the Reds enduring one of the poorest runs in the top flight since the turn of the year.
With games running out for Blackburn in their bid for Premier League survival, Dunn believes his side must stick together if they are to maintain their status in the top tier of English football and they can be backed using your free bet.
He told the Daily Star: "Togetherness and team spirit are the key in football, especially now with just six games left which are all massive.
"It has been a really testing season for us. Hard times.
"A couple of weeks ago we thought we might have pulled away a bit but now we are right back in it."