Blackpool's final game of 2018 takes place tomorrow, as The
Terry McPhillips' side will be aiming to shake off some disappointing results of late and revert back to winning ways in the division.
The hosts, now managed by Wally Downes, have recorded consecutive victories against Wycombe Wanderers and Plymouth Argyle.
Jordan Thompson serves the first of a three-match suspension following his dismissal against Rochdale on Boxing Day. Ollie Turton and Curtis Tilt are edging closer to returns, though Mark Cullen, Joe Dodoo, Jimmy Ryan and Max Clayton remain sidelined.
The Dons will make a late check on the fitness of striker James Hanson, who limped off against Plymouth in midweek. Deji Oshilaja and Joe Pigott continue to miss out due to injury, however Mitch Pinnock returns from a one-game ban.
The Manager's View:
"It's another real tough game now away at Wimbledon but if the players are as honest as they were against Rochdale and keep having a go, then it'll turn round and we'll start winning games again."
Dean Whitestone will referee the match between the sides, having officiated 22 games so far this season.
He last refereed a Blackpool fixture in April 2017, which came away at Notts County.
Supporters can purchase tickets (cash only) on the day of the game.
Tickets are priced:
- £24 for Adults
- £15 for Over-65s and Students with a valid ID card
- £10 for Under-18s
- £17 for Adults
- £11 for Over-65s and Students with a valid ID card
- £4 for Under-18s
Elsewhere in Sky Bet League One:
Accrington Stanley vs Peterborough United
Barnsley vs Charlton Athletic
Burton Albion vs Plymouth Argyle
Coventry City vs Southend United
Fleetwood Town vs Portsmouth
Gillingham vs Doncaster Rovers
Oxford United vs Bristol Rovers
Rochdale vs Bradford City
Scunthorpe United vs Wycombe Wanderers
Sunderland vs Shrewsbury Town
Walsall vs Luton Town