Plan Saturday's Trip
Blackpool face one of the longest trips of the season on Saturday, and the league leaders will be waiting for them upon arrival.
Bournemouth are gearing up for one final push towards the Premier League, but on Saturday Lee Clark's men stand in their way.
For the supporters making the long trip south, here is a guide on getting to the Goldsands Stadium.
Using toll roads the trip takes around four and a half hours to make, with approximately 290 miles separating the two stadiums.
King's Park Drive,
Supporters are advised to go via London Euston if travelling by train. The journey from Blackpool North involves changes at Preston and London Euston, with Pokesdown the nearest stop to the stadium.
Dean Court, known as the Goldsands Stadium for sponsorship reasons, houses 12,000 supporters. The stadium was renovated in 2001, and an additional South Stand was built following the club's promotion to The Championship in 2013.
The ground's record attendance came in an FA Cup clash with Manchester United in 1957, with 28,799 supporters piling in. Blackpool's last visit in September 2013 resulted in a 2-1 victory for The Seasiders.
Supporters can pay on the gate at the Goldsands Stadium, with no price increase being put in place.
-£26 for Adults
-£14 for Over 65,
-£14 Full time Students
-£14 Under 16s