Blackpool vs Charlton preview
Last Updated: 07/12/18 4:49pm
Callum Guy, Ollie Turton and Mark Cullen are all in contention to return for Blackpool in Saturday's League One clash with Charlton.
On-loan Derby midfielder Guy has missed the last three matches and Turton has missed the last two games. However, both players, and Cullen, have taken part in training this week.
Blackpool could rotate their options following the goalless draw with non-league Solihull Moors in the FA Cup second round.
Forward Jamie Ward is out for Charlton. Ward has an unspecified injury and was ruled out by Addicks boss Lee Bowyer on Thursday.
Darren Pratley (knee) has been absent of late and remains doubtful. Midfielders Jake Forster-Caskey and Josh Cullen, forward Igor Vetokele and defender Lewis Page are long-term absentees.
Blackpool have only won one of their last nine league meetings with Charlton (D4 L4), although that did come in their last such clash in March last season (1-0).
Charlton have won three of their last four league visits to Blackpool (L1), as many as their previous 18 combined (W3 D3 L12).
Blackpool have lost just one of their last nine league games at Bloomfield Road (W5 D3), a 0-3 defeat to Bristol Rovers at the start of November.
Charlton have won four consecutive league games - the Addicks last won five on the bounce in the Football League April 2012.
Charlton have lost 15 points from winning positions in League One so far this campaign - more than any other side in the division.