Blackpool v AFC Wimbledon preview
Last Updated: 19/10/18 11:56am
Striker Steven Davies could be involved in Blackpool's squad for the game against AFC Wimbledon.
The 30-year-old signed a short-term deal with the Seasiders until January 12, having previously scored 16 goals in 61 appearances in two spells for the club. He played and scored in the Checkatrade Trophy defeat to West Brom Under-21s and will hope to feature once again.
Defender Donervon Daniels was kept out of the starting line-up by Ben Heneghan in the 2-2 draw against Rochdale after completing a three-game ban, but he returned against the Baggies and leaves boss Terry McPhillips with a selection poser. Blackpool drew for a third league game running against Dale but remain undefeated in nine League One matches.
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Joe Pigott should be fit for AFC Wimbledon. Striker Pigott did not reappear for the second half of the Dons' defeat to Portsmouth last week as he was sick at half-time.
James Hanson came on to great effect, scoring to give the Dons hope. He is still nursing a hamstring strain but is in the frame to start. Boss Neal Ardley is coming under mounting pressure, with his side sitting 20th and with six defeats in their last seven matches in all competitions.
Blackpool and AFC Wimbledon have only met twice previously, with both games in League One last season - both teams claimed a victory each.
AFC Wimbledon had just four shots in their 0-1 defeat at Bloomfield Road last season against Blackpool.
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Blackpool are unbeaten in nine league games (W3 D6), their longest run since March 2017. They last went 10 unbeaten in August 2012.
AFC Wimbledon have lost eight of their last 10 league games (W2), after being unbeaten in their 10 league games before this run (W3 D7).
Only Plymouth (4) have had fewer different goalscorers in League One this season than AFC Wimbledon (5).