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Corry Evans pleased with Blackburn’s form since the international break

Next up, Evans has the chance of facing his Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill, who took charge of Stoke City last month and when asked about the prospect, the 29-year-old said that he is hopeful of keeping his spot for the game, he added: “I came in and tried my best, and it’s up to the manager to choose his team. We have a good squad, a lot of players who can come in and do a good job on a Saturday, so we’ll wait and see.”

Rovers are currently six points adrift of the playoff positions after notching back-to-back league triumphs
. They make the trip to Staffordshire to face Stoke over the weekend and they should fancy their prospects, particularly with their opponents languishing in the drop zone. Dack should be the player to watch out for, having contributed nine goals in the Championship this term.