POOL WITHOUT KEY PLAYERS
Blackpool are likely to be without Gary Taylor-Fletcher for the Easter Monday clash with Barnsley.
Taylor-Fletcher was taken off on a stretcher after suffering a head injury during the second half of Friday's 2-0 victory at Watford.
Top-scorer Kevin Phillips missed out due to hip and ankle problems at Vicarage Road, and with Roman Bednar (knee) sidelined, Lomano LuaLua is favourite to partner Stephen Dobbie in attack.
Dobbie is in a rich vein of form with four goals in two starts since rejoining the Seasiders on loan from Swansea.
Captain Barry Ferguson and left-back Stephen Crainey returned to the bench against the Hornets having been rested for the 3-0 home win over Southampton and will be pushing for starts.
Ian Holloway's side lie fifth in the Championship table with five games remaining.
Barnsley midfielder David Perkins could be recalled to the starting line-up.
Perkins has been sidelined with a knee injury, but was a second-half substitute in Friday's heavy home defeat to West Ham and manager Keith Hill could be tempted to make several changes.
Midfielders Jim O'Brien and Michael Tonge, plus defender Lee Collins are also pushing for returns to the side as the Tykes chase only their second win in their last 11 league matches.
Another midfielder, Nathan Doyle, sits out the final game of his three-match ban, while winger Matt Done (back/hamstring), midfielder Jacob Butterfield, right-back Bobby Hassell (both knee), centre-half Rob Edwards (hamstring) and goalkeeper Luke Steele (abdomen) all remain sidelined.
Hill's side remain four places and nine points clear of the bottom three with five games remaining.
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