Centre-back Ian Evatt insists there is no reason for anyone at Blackpool to be down.
Despite a difficult last couple of games, Evatt says people should reserve making judgments until the end of the campaign.
The 30-year-old said: “It is easy to get down about the last two results, especially with what we did in the last two years.
“There was plenty of disappointment after Burnley because in the first half we just weren’t at the races.
“In the second half, we were a lot better and probably deserved to come back into the game ... but the damage was done earlier.
“Tonight’s game will probably be 4-3 or something, because like them we’re quite an open team. It should be entertaining and hopefully we can do the business.”
Evatt is also looking forward to a reunion with Simon Grayson, now in charge at Leeds.
It was Grayson who bought Evatt to Bloomfield Road in 2006.
He added: “Simon deserves massive credit for what he did at this club. I’m looking forward to seeing him again.”