In the upcoming clash against Sheffield United at Ewood Park, Blackburn manager Kenny Dalglish was to resist the temptation to rush either of his new Scandinavian signings. Patrik Andersson and Henning Berg, into action despite the fact that Blackburn had only won one of their previous eight games. Winger Carl Bradshaw was back in the blades squad after a one-match ban following his sending off against Coventry but centre back Brian Gayle and winger Dane Whitehouse were still out injured as Dave Bassett’s side drew bid to improve their dismal away record, which had earner them only four points that season.
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