A short trip across Lancashire awaits Blackpool tomorrow, as The Seasiders face Accrington Stanley at The Wham Stadium.
Set to be backed by a strong away following, Terry McPhillips side will aim to build on a four-match unbeaten in Sky Bet League One, having drew 2-2 with Wycombe Wanderers in midweek.
The hosts, meanwhile, go in search of their first league victory since Boxing Day, however they did pick up a point at Gillingham on Tuesday night.
Blackpool could hand debuts to Matty Virtue and Antony Evans following their arrivals on deadline day, while Mark Howard and Joe Dodoo are back in contention after recovering from injury. Skipper Jay Spearing is sidelined with the knee problem he sustained against Wycombe, though.
On-loan Newcastle United midfielder Dan Barlaser returns for Accrington after sitting out in midweek due to suspension. Sam Finlay serves the third game of a five-match ban.
The Manager's View:
Robert Lewis has been confirmed to officiate the fixture, having taken charge of 21 games this season.
Back in August, he refereed Blackpool's 2-0 victory at home to Coventry City.
For those still looking to purchase tickets, you can do so from the away ticket booth at The Wham Stadium from 1.30pm.
Tickets remain priced at:
- £20 for Adults
- £15 for Seniors (64+)
- £15 for Students (with Valid ID)
- £10 for 12-17-year-olds
- £5 for Under-12s
Elsewhere In Sky Bet League One:
Barnsley vs Scunthorpe United
Burton Albion vs Oxford United
Coventry City vs Gillingham
Fleetwood Town vs Charlton Athletic
Peterborough United vs Plymouth Argyle
Portsmouth vs Doncaster Rovers
Shrewsbury Town vs Luton Town
Southend United vs Bristol Rovers
Sunderland vs AFC Wimbledon
Walsall vs Rochdale
Wycombe Wanderers vs Bradford City