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Blackpool vs. Bournemouth

Bloomfield Road

06/03/07

19:45

Pool V Bournemouth

Pool look to get back to winning ways at Bloomfield Road with the visit of Bournemouth.

Blackpool Team News:

Keith Southern is a doubt after picking up a knock against Gillingham on Saturday. His place could go to Marcus Bean or Claus Bech Jorgensen. Alternatively Simon Gillett could move into the middle of the park with Forbes taking back his place on the right of midfield.

Paul Tierney remains out with the ankle knock which has seen him miss out the last two matches.

Player to watch: Andy Morrell

On his return to the first team Mozza has hit the back of the net against Oldham and hit the bar against Gillingham. With his match fitness back after the injury break he should be on form at Bloomfield Road where he has hit seven of his 12 goals.

Bournemouth Team News:

The Cherries can welcome back defender Neil Young after he served a ban on Saturday. In that game on-loan duo Marc Wilson and Bjarni Vidarsson managed a full 90 mins after being doubts with illness.

Cherries manager Kevin Bond made a bold change for the Doncaster win on Saturday playing atticking trio Pitman, McGoldrick and Fletcher altogether. It paid off with a 2-0 win with goals coming from Pitman and McGoldrick.

Player to watch: Brett Pitman

The young striker has been involved in 22 matches this season, from his 11 starts he`s hit 6 goals, the last coming on Saturday against Donny.

Match Facts & Stats

Pool recording one of their best performances of the season at the Fitness First Stadium. A 3-1 away win, a Parker brace and a Fox goal gave Pool a comfortable win with the Cherries consolation goal from then loanee Simon Gillett.

Last season Bournemouth put one the best away performance of the season at Bloomfield running out 3-1 winner thanks to a hattrick from James Hayter.

Ref Watch:

D Whitestone - Northampton - Games: 24 Yellow Cards: 82 Red Cards: 7
K J Mattocks and G T Stott
Fourth Official : D Unsworth

Match Prediction:

Blackpool 2 - 0 Bournemouth

Next Fixtures:

Football League One Brighton H 10-03-2007




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Date:Monday March 5 2007

Time: 7:01PM

Your Comments

This really is a must win game for us!
sandgroanun
agreed. Need to win. Got a feeling it will be a tense night... hopefully proved wrong!!!
worsleyseasider
nice to see ben burgess playing well for you, he is a great player shame he missed a season out injured with us, could of still been playing championship level.
thedunedan
 

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