Pool are looking for their second away win of the season at the New Den where Millwall are unbeaten so far this season.
Millwall Team News:
Millwall will be missing Lenny Pidgeley was sent off in the Cheltenham game last week for handball. Boss Nigel Spackman is able to call upon new signing Danny Senda and Liam Trotter. Senda signed from Wycombe and Trotter on loan from Ipswich
Pidgeley will be replaced by Chris Day in goal for his full debut, strikers Ben May and Darren Byfield will miss the game through injury.
Player to watch: Danny Senda
Making his debut the midfielder will be looking to impress. Senda spent seven years at Wycombe clocking up 217 first team starts for the Chairboys.
Blackpool Team News:
Simon Grayson will find it hard to thrown new boy Ben Burgess into the first eleven with current strike force Andy Morrell and Scott Vernon doing the business at the moment. Danny Graham has returned to Middlesborough which means Grayson has the same squad to select from that he had last week for the Gillingham fixture.
Player to watch: Scott Vernon
Four goals in three games is a great statistic and with the arrival of Ben Burgess at the club the forward will have to continue that form to retain his place upfront.
Match Facts & Stats
Its six years since Pool faced Millwall at the New Den a Wayne Gill goal was cancelled out by a Neil Harris penalty. Over the years the two teams are match evenly both beating each other 11 times with 14 draws. The last time Pool beat Millwall away was in 1969 when Pool ran out 3-1 winners at the Den.
K K Wright – Cambridgeshire – Games: 4 Yellow Cards: 14 Red Cards: 0
G S Evetts and M T McCoy
Fourth Official : D D Bushell
Millwall 1 – 3 Pool
Football League One Port Vale vs A 09-09-2006