Blackpool will aim to keep the pressure on Sky Bet League One's top six when facing Oxford United tomorrow.
Victory against Charlton Athletic last weekend once again highlighted The Seasiders' potential to break into the play-off positions, with just a point separating them from sixth-placed Barnsley.
Oxford United, meanwhile, will look to continue their surge up the table after a slow start to the campaign. The U's have taken four points from a possible six recently.
Skipper Jay Spearing looks set to return to the Blackpool squad after missing out due to an ankle injury against Charlton. A late check will be made on Curtis Tilt's availability though, with the defender forced off against The Addicks with a hip problem. Striker Mark Cullen is set to be sidelined for six weeks with a stress fracture.
The hosts could welcome former Pool player Tony McMahon back for the fixture following time out with a cracked rib. Ricky Holmes is also available for selection.
The Manager's View:
Supporters can purchase tickets on the day for this match (cash only) from the North Stand ticket office at the Kassam Stadium.
Tickets will be available from 1.30pm and remain priced at:
- £24 for Adults
- £17 for Over-65s
- £16 for 18-21-Year-Olds
- £14 for Under-18s
- £10 for Under-13s
- £6 for Under-7s
Elsewhere In Sky Bet League One:
Barnsley vs Portsmouth
Bradford City vs Walsall
Charlton Athletic vs AFC Wimbledon
Coventry City vs Luton Town
Doncaster Rovers vs Scunthorpe United
Fleetwood Town vs Burton Albion
Gillingham vs Wycombe Wanderers
Rochdale vs Plymouth Argyle
Shrewsbury Town vs Peterborough United
Southend United vs Accrington Stanley
Sunderland vs Bristol Rovers