Neil Critchley is hoping the side’s strong home form can continue this month, as the Seasiders face six league matches at Bloomfield Road.
Crewe Alexandra come to town on Tuesday evening, followed by the visit of AFC Wimbledon on Saturday, with home matches against Fleetwood, Burton, Peterborough and Plymouth all yet to come in March.
“We’re in good form, particularly at home, and we want that to continue,” Critchley said.
“We come into these home matches on the back of good form at Bloomfield Road, and winning the last two away matches as well, so we’re confident coming into the next few matches.
“Having said that, we all know this is a tough division and there are always surprises. You’ve only got to look at the results every weekend, and you’ll see how unpredictable this league can be at times. We need to remain focused and prepare the right way, which is what we will continue to do ahead of Tuesday night’s visit of Crewe.”
The Railwaymen are a side Critchley knows well, having spent time at the Club as a player and as a coach.
“It’s great to see the Club do well and to see some of the players I’ve coached do well in their football careers,” Critchley said.
“Crewe did so well last season to get promoted and now compete in League One this season. That’s a testament to how well the management team and players have done, so we’re aware it will be a challenging fixture on Tuesday.”