Blackpool FC writer Matt Scrafton takes a look at the key talking points from the Seasiders' draw against the Posh at Bloomfield Road. Every point matters at this stage of the season and Blackpool will surely reflect on Sunday’s draw against Peterborough United as a point gained. The visitors were by far the better side in the opening 45 minutes and ought to have built on their 1-0 lead - Blackpool could certainly consider themselves fortunate to head into the interval on level terms.
The Seasiders, who play on a Sunday due to Preston North End playing at home yesterday, name Armand Gnanduillet in attack for the second game running. It comes after he scored in Blackpool's shock 2-0 win against Wigan Athletic on Tuesday night. Kyle Vassell, who missed the midweek game, misses out once again. Blackpool, who thoroughly deserved their win at the DW Stadium on Tuesday, go in search of their first back-to-back wins since September.
Blackpool extended the gap to the League One dropzone to three points after drawing 1-1 against Peterborough United. The visitors had the best of an end-to-end first half but somehow went into the half-time break on level terms after a close-range effort from Nathan Delfouneso cancelled out Jack Marriott’s opener.
@richardcox501 "An SLO is an appointee of the club who is responsible for building bridges between the club and its fans. SLOs might communicate fans’ opinions to a club’s board or senior staff members and should also liaise with stewards, police and counterparts at opposition clubs."
Lancashire Police say they are aware of Blackpool fans' plans to protest at the EFL headquarters in Preston. They expect it to be peaceful but will liaise with @KnightTangerine and @BlackpoolST to find out more.
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