Both clubs are poised on 41 points and not quite sure if they are safe from the relegation battle.
Bolton v Blackpool kicks off at the Reebok stadium at 20:oo on Tuesday, March 25, 2014.
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Bolton’s hot streak snapped three match-days ago and since then they have struggled to get going again. The Trotters have not won in the last three games and manager Dougie Freeman will hope to turn that around in a Lancashire derby.
Bolton will be without Marc Tierney, Joe Riley and Stuart Holden. Alex Baptiste due to suspension, Tim Ream is expected to start in his place.
Blackpool will hope to build on their win v Huddersfield and make a determined step into safety. Blackpool manager Barry Ferguson admitted on the weekend that although they didn’t win pretty, it was about the points. He also hinted that similar tactics might be used in the derby.
Blackpool will be without Kirk Broadfoot and Steve Davies, however veteran striker Robbie Earnshaw might make his debut.
Bolton: Bogdan; Knight, Ream, Hutton, Spearing, Kamara, Moritz, Davies, Danns, Jutkiewicz, Mason
Blackpool: Gilks; McMahon, Cathcart, MacKenzie, Robinson, Basham, Bishop, Perkins, Grandin, Fuller, Earnshaw