Gary Bowyer has made three changes to his Blackpool side for today's Good Friday clash against Doncaster Rovers at Bloomfield Road.
Will Aimson, Sean Longstaff and Armand Gnanduillet are the three players to come into Blackpool's starting 11, while Viv Solomon-Otabor, Danny Philliskirk and Kyle Vassell are the three to make way.
Solomon-Otabor and Philliskirk drop to the bench, while Vassell is out of the squad altogether.
It appears Bowyer has opted to return to the 3-5-2 formation that has proven successful in recent games against Doncaster, who like to play a 4-4-2 diamond system.
Dolly Menga makes a timely resurrection, being named on the bench for the first time in three months.
Kelvin Mellor, Jim McAlister and Mark Cullen remain on the sidelines with injuries.
Doncaster, who are just one point and one position below Blackpool in the league table, have drawn 13 games this season while the Seasiders have recorded 14 stalemates.
Blackpool: Lumley, Turton, Tilt, Robertson, Aimson, Daniel, Ryan, Spearing, Longstaff, Delfouneso, Gnanduillet
Subs: Mafoumbi, D'Almeida, Cooke, Solomon-Otabor, Menga, Philliskirk, Agyei
Doncaster: Marosi, McCullough, Baudry, Mason, Wright, Houghton, Beestin, Blair, Coppinger, Rowe, Marquis
Subs: Lawlor, Kongolo, Williams, Whiteman, May, Boyle, Ben Khemis
Referee: Ollie Yates