The Scot, who has come under pressure from the home crowd this season, believes that Rovers can get results against Tottenham Hotspur, Wigan Athletic and Chelsea.
"We need to win two of the three games, so including one of those against Tottenham and Chelsea," said Kean.
"It's a tough schedule on paper but at this time of the season form goes out of the window. It's just about performing on the day.
"We have gone to Old Trafford, Anfield and Goodison Park and got results this season so we know we can do the same at Tottenham and Chelsea."
Kean took over at Ewood Park from Sam Allardyce in December of 2010.