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Negativity on here is terrible. Playing 2nd place in the division away from home. A tough stop start game. Missed a couple of really good chances which on another day could have won us the game. They

We've missed some golden late chances and not been at our best - but why there is so much negativity on here is beyond me. We're on a great run and playing an away fixture against an extremely tough s

Disappointing result and performance, but nights like last night are standard in the Championship - even for promotion candidates. Even during our promotion under Karanka we had many of these types of

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Blackburn play Hull City away tonight at 7:45pm. Hull are awful at the moment so I'd be surprised by anything other than a Blackburn win, however, you never know in the Championship. Some injuries and suspensions for Blackburn would be a bonus too! 

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Blackburn were awful. Hull's CB's stepping out from the back three was regularly catching Blackburn's attackers on their heels. That surely won't have escaped Wilder's attention as our CB's are very mobile and can step out also. Blackburn's heads could easily drop now after that defeat and are now going to be without Brereton-Diaz for the next two games.

The top two automatic promotion spots are still wide open if we avoid long-term injuries to key players.

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