A highly technical Swansea City side will pose problems, according to Tony Mowbray, but the Rovers boss says his side are focused on finishing on a winning note.

The Swans are Rovers’ final day opponents and start the day in eighth, but unable to break in to the top six.

That means there is nothing riding on the game in terms of promotion and relegation, but in front of what Mowbray hopes is a boosted crowd, he’s looking for Rovers to record a fourth straight home victory.

Swansea have been poor on the road of late, with a win at Ipswich Town last month ending a run of seven successive defeats, with their form at the Liberty Stadium key to their rise up the table.

In winger Dan James, a Wales international, they possess one of the quickest, and most sought after players in the division, while striker Oli McBurnie has 23 goals in all competitions this season.

But Mowbray is eyeing a positive end to the season for his side whose four game winning run was ended by Norwich last weekend.

He said: “Swansea are a highly technical team with a coach who has a certain style.

“They have had a few teething problems, had to sell some of their best players with huge salaries to get them off the wage bill and rebuild.

“They play a really aesthetically pleasing type of football, build from the back, pass, pass, pass and then they have blistering either up front or off the left with James who can really damage teams in behind.

“They have experience in (Wayne) Routledge and (Nathan) Dyer and then McBurnie up front who has proven he can score goals.

“They are a really technical and it will be a really good game. I’m hoping that we can almost match them with our football but keep our intensity and work ethic and make life difficult for them. But it is a good game to finish.

“I have watched a couple of their games but were then 4-0 down at half-time against QPR and then we went there the following week and won.

“It’s an interesting game. I hope there’s a good crowd to see the season out and the players give all they can to finish strong.

“They have got some decent attacking threats in their side and we will have to respect that on Sunday and do our jobs properly if we want to get the result.”