TOM KEEN TO NAYL WINNER.
Conway 25, Gallagher 61
Irvine 43, Naylor 88
TOM NAYLOR staged another late show to grab a point for Burton.
Now he wants his last-gasp strikes to count for three points.
Midfielder Naylor (below) scored in the 90th minute in a loss at Forest, and two minutes from time in Albion's defeat by Bristol City.
He said: "It's always nice to get the goals, especially at the start of the season.
"But I think we're just a bit disappointed we didn't get all three points today. Scoring late goals without making points is frustrating.
"We need to rectify that and then, hopefully when we do score late, we'll be winning comfortably."
Blackburn boss Owen Coyle saw Sam Gallagher give Rovers control after the Brewers' Jackson Irvine equalised Craig Conway's opener.
Coyle said: "Burton play to their strengths, they're a big, physical team and can be direct at times. But having got ourselves into two very good positions, we probably could have seen the game out."
MOTM TOM NAYLOR