Swansea boss Steve Cooper wants his side to take out their midweek frustrations on Rovers.

 A 94th minute Aleksandar Mitrovic winner saw them fall to defeat at Craven Cottage, but Cooper felt a sense of injustice at four penalty appeals that went against the Swans.

Goalkeeper Freddie Woodman looked to have secured a point for his side when he saved a Mitrovic penalty four minutes from time, but the Serbian later popped up with the winner.

Cooper was charged by the FA for comments made in the wake of December's 1-1 draw with Rovers at the Liberty Stadium, believing penalty calls also went against his side on that night.

“And previewing tomorrow's game at Ewood Park, the Swans head coach said: “It’ll be a tough game.

We had a difficult game at home, it was a midweek game earlier on in the season.

“We were disappointed not to win that. Again, penalty decisions not going our way in that one.

“I just think from the Fulham game and how we were dealt with, we’ve got to use our anger and frustrations to make a strong and positive impact in the game so we can take the best version of us there.

“We need to stay strong and together, and continue to plan and play as we want the team to.

“If we can show the fight, desire and pride that we did against Fulham then we’ll give ourselves a chance.”

It is another long trip for the Swans, after the midweek game at Fulham, and Cooper has praised the level of travelling support.

He told Wales Online: “I’ve got to say, we had over 1,500 fans at Fulham and they owned the stadium,” added Cooper.

“They completely dominated the noise. We are grateful for it, I am and I know the players are too. I really want to show them my gratitude.”