Plan Saturday's Trip To Wales
Blackpool close the book on away games for the season on Saturday, when they travel to Wales and take on mid-table Cardiff City.
It's the final throw of the dice for The Seasiders, who will go the full season without a victory on the road should they fail to pick up three points.
With a win, draw and loss to show from their previous three visits to the Cardiff City Stadium, a victory would provide Pool with their only double of the season.
It takes around three hours and forty minutes to travel between Bloomfield Road and the Cardiff City Stadium, with around 236 miles separating the two grounds.
Cardiff City Stadium,
Ninian Park station is the nearest stop to the stadium, with supporters only needing around five minutes to make the walk. The train trip from Blackpool North requires either two or three changes. The first route, which requires changes at Manchester Piccaddilly and Cardiff Central, takes around six hours to make. Alternatively, supporters can change at Preston, Crewe and Cardiff Central, and arrive around an hour earlier.
Cardiff departed Ninian Park for the Cardiff City Stadium in 2009, and it has since proved a regular home for the Welsh national team.
The second largest stadium in Wales after the Millennium Stadium, the current capacity stands at 33,316.
Blackpool drew on their first visit there in 2010, but Kevin and Matt Phillips inspired The Seasiders to a 3-1 victory there two years later.
Supporters can pay on the day at the Cardiff City Stadium, with a £2 price increase being put onto the tickets.
Tickets prices on the day will be as follows:
- £30 for Adults
- £23 for Seniors & 16-21 yrs
- £20 for Juniors (Under 16)
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