The Seasiders are back on the road this weekend with another trip south – this time to Oxford United.
Simon Grayson’s side are looking to reignite the play-off push, with a 2-1 defeat at Wycombe on Tuesday night making it nine straight games without a victory. Oxford, meanwhile, are in the midst of a sticky patch themselves, having won only one match in their last seven games.
Saturday’s opponents sit four points off of the play-off places in eighth position, whereas Blackpool lie in 15th place – seven points off of United.
Blackpool got the better of Oxford in the reverse fixture earlier in the season, thanks to a 2-1 victory at Bloomfield Road back in August. Ryan Edwards and Armand Gnanduillet were on the scoresheet to secure the three points.
Simon Grayson has several injury concerns heading into the game, with Jak Alnwick still recovering from an arm injury. Teddy Howe, who joined from Reading on Friday, will be in included in the squad.
Oxford’s top scorer James Henry is back after injury, with Matty Taylor and Cameron Brannagan close to a return.
Josh Smith will referee Saturday’s match at the Kassam Stadium.
Tickets can be purchased on the day of the game from the club’s North Ticket Office at the Kassam Stadium, which is adjacent to the visitor’s turnstile. Please note, it is CASH ONLY.
Admission prices are as follows:
- £24 for Adults
- £17 for Concessions (60+),
- £16 for Young Adults (18-21)
- £14 for Under 18
- £10 for Under 13
- £6 for Under 7