Blackpool v Leeds preview
Team news ahead of Tuesday night's Championship clash between Blackpool and Leeds United at Bloomfield Road (kick-off: 8pm).
Top scorer Kevin Phillips could return to boost Blackpool's attacking options.
Hip and ankle problems have prevented Phillips from adding to his 17 goals this season in the Seasiders' past four games, but the veteran striker trained on Monday and is expected to be named among boss Ian Holloway's substitutes.
Phillips will probably be joined on the bench by Mark Halstead, with Holloway breaking from his usual policy of not naming a second goalkeeper in the matchday 16 as first-choice keeper Matt Gilks suffered a knee scare against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Gary Taylor-Fletcher returned from a shoulder injury at the City Ground and is expected to continue in attack alongside on-loan Swansea forward Stephen Dobbie after suffering no reaction to the problem.
Fellow striker Roman Bednar (knee) remains on the sidelines, while midfielder Keith Southern serves the second game of a three-match ban following his Easter Monday red card against Barnsley.
Play-off-chasing Blackpool are fifth in the Championship with three games remaining, two points clear of Middlesbrough in seventh.
Leeds winger Robbie Rogers has been ruled out.
The USA international limped out of Saturday's home win over Peterborough after just 12 minutes and is awaiting scan results which will determine the full extent of an ankle injury. It was only his second start for the club.
Danny Webber and Ramon Nunez will come into contention for a place in the starting line-up in Rogers' absence.
Midfielder Michael Brown will serve the second of his three-game ban and teenage defender Zac Thompson will sit out the last of his three-match suspension.
Luciano Becchio is pushing for a recall, but fellow striker Billy Paynter struck twice against Peterborough after making a rare start and will be unlucky to lose his place.
Leeds, in 12th place, are eight points adrift of the play-offs with three games remaining.