Kick-off: 17.00 (live @ Sky Sport 3)
Blackpool's Premier League fate will be decided on Sunday when Ian Holloway's side travel to newly-crowned champions Manchester United. Getting something from a visit to Old Trafford in the Premier League this season is something only West Brom have managed, and it's highly likely that Blackpool will need more than the one point the Baggies claimed in October. United have won their last 16 at home in all competitions, haven't been beaten in 31. By contrast, Blackpool's 4-3 win over Bolton last weekend was their first in 11 Premier League games and they haven't won away anywhere since December. They are unbeaten in four matches, however, and those three points picked up from three draws in a row prior to last week could prove vital by the end of play Sunday. On 22 May last year Ian Holloway's team beat Cardiff at Wembley to reach the top flight. Exactly one year on, getting the result that keeps them there would arguably be an even greater achievement.