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Blackpool vs. Plymouth

Bloomfeild Road

06/10/07

15:00

Pool V Plymouth

Simon Grayson side are stretched further this weekend against Plymouth with Kaspers Gorkss out it`s going to be all change at the back.

Blackpool Team News:

Barker should replace Gorkss in the middle of the defense, the Latvian picked up a red card in the midweek match against Coventry. John Hills may come in at left back with Danny Coid switching to right back. But Stephen Crainey could return. Ben Burgess is also a doubt so Grayson may switch back to 442 rather than the 451 played in the away games. Vernon or Parker may partner Morrell upfront with Micheal Flynn losing his place in midfield to make way for the second striker.

Player to watch: Micheal Jackson

Pool's player of the season so far. With the back four changing every week the stability of Jackson at the back will be key.

Plymouth Team News:

Argyle have only one injury worry defender Larrys Mabiala has an injury to his knee which has kept him form making his first appearance for the club.

One man due to make his first start is Man Utd player Lee Martin who has joined on a three-month loan deal.

Player to watch: Sylvain Ebanks-Blake

It`s a former Manchester Untied youngster Pool have to worry about, Ebanks-Blake has hit 6 goals this season to be the clubs top scorer so far. The Cambridge born striker hasn`t scored in 5 games.

Match Facts & Stats

The last meeting at Bloomfield Road ended in a 1-0 for the away side, then a League One fixture the away side ran out winners thanks to a second half goal from Ian Stonebrigde. Argyle also won the home fixture 1-0, Marino Keith with the winner.

Ref Watch:

J Moss - West Yorkshire - Games: 8 Yellow Cards: 26 Red Cards: 0
M A Astley and C Dunn
Fourth Official A C Newell

Match Prediction:

Pool 3 - 1 Plymouth

Next Fixtures:

Football League Championship C Palace H 20-10-2007




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Date:Friday October 5 2007

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