Lambert aiming to heap more misery on Rovers
Paul Lambert maintains Norwich must not let Blackburn's struggles to stay up deflect their own focus at Ewood Park on Saturday.
Rovers fans are set to protest against under-fire manager Steve Kean and the club's hierarchy before kick-off, with the Lancashire side having slipped back into the bottom three following five straight defeats - the last a lacklustre 3-0 reverse at Swansea. By contrast, the Canaries are well clear of the relegation dogfight, with 43 points heading into the final four games of what has been an impressive return to the top flight. After last weekend's 6-1 home defeat by title-chasing Manchester City, Lambert is expecting a positive response in what is expected to be a hostile atmosphere. "I know they are under pressure from all quarters to try and get a result, but I can't influence what is happening up there," the Norwich manager told a press conference. "They have to win the game, but the crowd at the moment are not with the manager. "You feel for Steve Kean and what he has had to go through. I don't think a fans protest is right. They have quite a tough run-in, but the points are there for them to still do it, however I have my own things to concentrate on."