Blackburn Rovers picked up a positive result on their latest league battle by defeating Doncaster Rovers, which further aid their ambition in pushing for play offs spot by the end of this current English Championship season.
Leeds United have to hold down their ambition in pushing forward into play offs zone as they suffered a disappointing home defeat on the latest English Championship fixture against Blackburn Rovers last Wednesday.
After parting ways with Tony Pulis not long ago, Stoke City have finally got themselves a new manager as the club announce that former Manchester United star, Mark Hughes will be taking charge of things at Brittania Stadium starting from next season.
Blackburn Rovers managerial merry go round continues as they decided to sack their latest tactician Michael Appleton after pretty much failing to lift the side from recent troubles as Blackburn currently sitting 18th in the Championship division with just having four points above relegation zone.
Blackburn Rovers manager Michael Appleton is clearly disappointed with his team's failure in beating Millwall in the FA Cup Quarter Finals stage this past midweek, slamming the team's lack of quality as a huge part for their defeat.
Blackburn Rovers managed to earn a little bit advantage in their FA Cup campaign after holding Millwall into a 0-0 draw which forced both sides in replaying their match, only this time it will be at Blackburn's home base at Ewood Park.
Millwall manager Kenny Jackett admitted that he was disappointed with the 0-0 result his team earned on their FA Cup Quarter Finals fixture against Blackburn, which forced both teams to hold a replay at Ewood Park.
Blackburn Rovers are set to face Millwall in the Quarter Finals of FA Cup this weekend and ahead of that match Rovers' boss Michael Appleton stated that his players are really excited to play that match.