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Oscar Garcia has urged his Brighton & Hove Albion players to bring the run of three straight defeats to an end at Ewood Park.
The Seagulls face Blackburn Rovers on Tuesday night and Albion’s head coach admitted that his side must start putting their chances away.
He told seagulls.co.uk, “Everybody is a little bit worried because we are not taking our chances.
“We have enough chances to win games and now we are conceding soft goals but it can change in one game and that is what we will try to do.
“We haven’t scored goals in the previous games but the good thing is we are creating. Hopefully our luck will change in front of goal.
“We have maybe 15 teams below us with the same budget or more so they have more to worry about than us but we have to improve our run and it is important for us to change this."
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Oscar believes his team have the capability to end the current slump against Rovers, given the side's position - four points from a play-off spot.
“The way we are playing and the points we have means we are doing the right things and hopefully next game we can change the luck.
“Everybody knows that anyone can beat anyone in this league, sometimes you can play much better than the opposition and you can lose.
“We are looking forward to tomorrow's game and we know that we need to bounce back against Blackburn. It will be a tough game but we want to show our character and try to pick up three points.”