Neil Critchley is wary of Friday’s opponents, Swindon, as the Seasiders travel to the County Ground to kick-start their Easter Weekend double-header.
Friday’s hosts are battling to stay in the division, and have won their last two matches away at both Fleetwood and Bristol Rovers, giving them hope of League One survival this season.
With the Robins two places and one point above the relegation zone coming into Good Friday’s game at the County Ground, Neil Critchley is aware of the tough test that lies ahead.
“They’re fighting for their lives and have picked up two really good results away from home without conceding recently,” he said.
“You look at the results before then and they were a bit up and down, but they seemed to have found a way of winning lately. The management team have been in these kind of situations before, and it looks they’ve found a way of winning games with the group of players that they have.
“It’s getting down to that stage of the season now where suffering a defeat or a draw can play a big part in what happens at the end of the season, and we are aware of that.
“They’re coming off the back of two wins, they’re at home and will want to bring that recent away form back to their own place. It will be a tough match for us.”