Latest Information Ahead of FixtureBlackpool return to Championship action looking to kick-start their season against Bolton Wanderers tomorrow.
Manager Lee Clark has had two weeks on the training ground with the players as he looks to start a battle for survival, while the visitors arrive on the back of some promising form under Neil Lennon.
Blackpool will be without the services of Jose Miguel Cubero (ankle), Gary MacKenzie (Achilles) and the Oriol twins for the fixture. Tony McMahon serves the second game of a three-match suspension, but Chris Eagles and Nyron Nosworthy could both debut for the club.
Mark Davies (knee) is set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines for Bolton, though Darren Pratley and Adam Bogdan are available again.
Lee Clark: "I think we are better equipped because the players are understanding what I'm after. They certainly will be fitter after the work we've put in to them in the last two weeks."
Neil Lennon: “Blackpool haven't had the best of times but they've got a good manager who will stabilise them. I'm pleased for Lee."
Tickets remain on sale to Blackpool fans with a previous purchase history for the game tomorrow, while pre-booked tickets can be collected from the ticket booth, located just outside the ticket office, from 9am.
All tickets in the away end sold out some weeks ago, with 2,200 Bolton fans set to attend the fixture at Bloomfield Road.
Matchday tickets are priced as follows:
£25 for Adults
£20 for Seniors
£17 for 16-U19
£15 for Under-16s
Please note: a £5 discount applies to the price of a members ticket and tickets in the East Stand are £1 cheaper than advertised.
Supporters travelling to the game from outside of Blackpool will be required to follow diversions from the end of the M55 to the ground following the closure of Yeadon Way.
Nigel Miller will officiate the game between Blackpool and Bolton. His last match in charge of The Seasiders came back in March, when he refereed a 3-1 defeat to Leicester City. He will be assisted by William Smallwood and Paul Marsden, with Mick Russell on fourth official duties.
A family room, located within The Seasiders' Bar, will officially opening from 12pm tomorrow until kick-off. To mark the opening their will be a balloon modeller, face painter and two squad players on hand to sign autographs.
A special retro programme has been produced for this match, featuring interviews with Jimmy Armfield, Jamie O'Hara, Jacob Mellis, Neil Danns and Trevor Sinclair.
Copies, which are priced at £3, are available to purchase from the club shop or various sellers around the ground prior to kick-off.
Blackpool can be backed at odds of 11/5 with Sky Bet to pick up all three points against Bolton, with the visitors priced at 6/5.
You can get odds of 7/1 on Nile Ranger scoring first, while Jamie O'Hara can be backed at 11/2 to score at anytime for The Seasiders.