Date: 28th February 2014 at 3:00pm
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Blackpool travel to Watford at the weekend looing to get back on track after a poor run of for that has stretched since November

Blackpools performance have been looking up of late, since Barry Ferguson has taken over as temporary charge of Blackpool. But a loss in the last home game to fellow strugglers Birmingham have left them now staring face down at the drop.

Vital Quotes:

Ferguson on player commitment – “If people aren`t ready to roll their sleeves up and realise what`s happening here, then there`s no use turning up,”

Watford Team News:

Samba Diakite, Joel Ekstrand both suspended for the Hornets, McGuigan and Forestieri both expected to return.

Player to watch: Forestieri

Looking like he will be Watfords player of the season for this year. Has quite abit of pace, and should get into double goal figures by the end of the season.

Blackpool Team News:

Tony McMahon and Jack Robinson both suspended for Pool.

Player to watch: Stephen Dobbie

With Blackpools attacking football starting to flow again, hopeful he can be the Dobbie we all saw in the first 2 pool stints.

Match Facts & Stats

Last time at Vicarage Road, Blackpol ran out 2-1 winners after 2 goals in the last 15 minutes.

Match Prediction:

Prediction 1-1 draw, Pools players should hopefully go out up and playing for the cause.

Next Fixtures:

Blackpool v Bournemouth – 8/3/14