The Norwegian saw his side only miss out on victory thanks to a last-minute goal and that may encourage him to retain the same starting lineup for their game with Birmingham City.
The 43-year-old will be hoping that his side can continue their form in front of goal from Tuesday night after it was the first time that they have scored two goals in a match since September 18.
Defender Curtis Davies was forced off through injury just before half-time and his replacement Jonathan Spector is expected to partner Steven Caldwell in the centre of Birmingham's defence at Ewood Park.
Blackburn Rovers: LDWWLD
Birmingham City: LDDWLW
Possible starting lineups:
Blackburn Rovers: Robinson; Mn.Olsson, Dann, Henley, G Hanley; Formica, Murphy, Ms.Olsson, Etuhu; Rhodes, Rochina
Birmingham City: Butland; Murphy, Caldwell, Spector, Robinson; Burke, Mullins, Morrison, Elliott; King, Zigic
Sports Mole says: 1-1