Which players stood out for Blackpool?
Here's how Pool's players rated:
Made a stunning acrobatic last-minute save to earn Blackpool a point from Lee Novaks glancing header. Started off well but his afternoon was cut short after just 17 minutes when he was forced off with an injury. Suffered a couple of early slips in concentration but otherwise solid. Home side gave him very little to do until late on. Had little to do defensively against a weak Scunthorpe side but did well to battle on through his hip issues. Always provided an outlet down the left, where he was often in acres of space. Wasteful with a couple of half-chances. Played some superb cross-field balls and clattered into some challenges, but tired as the second half wore on. Always willing to make late runs into the box and looked the most likely to break the deadlock for Pool. Showed good inter-play with Antony Evans and Jordan Thompson but brushed off the ball on a couple of occasions. Always involved in the play and perhaps should have done better with an early chance. Linked up well. Pools best performer. Constant threat with his quality on the ball and seemed motivated to score from long range. A pretty anonymous display from the big striker when he should have had a field day against Scunnys weak backline. Not a right back but he was guilty of giving the ball away far too often while being frustratingly wasteful in possession. Had a couple of opportunities to make his trademark direct runs but Scunthorpe dealt with him fairly well. Had no real time to make an impact. As Pools best finisher, argument to make he should have been brought on earlier.