BLACKBURN Rovers are about to enter their last chance saloon.

After weeks of failing to win 'must-win' games, Steve Kean's men can surely afford no more slip ups as they fight to preserve their top flight status.

Bolton Wanderers visit Ewood Park tomorrow with little to play for and with a long list of walking wounded. Rovers have to take advantage.

No one cares now how the team plays or what style of football they adopt. All that matters is they get the result this club needs.

This is the time for everyone to remember what this club stands for; the players, the fans and the management need to unite as one.

Rovers have spent the last two decades surprising people. They have continually ignored the critics and always done things 'their way'.

From lifting the Premier League trophy, to European campaigns, to lifting the Worthington Cup, Rovers fans have been given a thrilling ride.

They have seen the likes of Alan Shearer, Andy Cole and Tugay grace the blue and white halved shirts and no one wants their 'great adventure' to come to an end.

The club's past should be firmly in everyone's minds come 3pm tomorrow as we all fight to ensure the glory days aren't gone forever.

We may still be uncertain about the new future but protecting the legacy left by Jack Walker & co has to be motivation enough to fight for Rovers' Premier League lives.

Everyone can play their part tomorrow.

The players have to play the match as though it is their last, the fans have to shout until they can shout no more and the manager needs to make sure his players know what is at stake.

No one can leave Ewood Park with any regrets come 5pm because any more hard luck stories could leave Rovers staring into the abyss.

Too much time has been spent by too many people over the years for Rovers to needlessly see themselves follow in the footsteps of some of the game's other fallen giants.

Ewood Park expects.