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Blackpool boss Paul Ince returns from his five-match stadium ban for Saturday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Sheffield Wednesday at Bloomfield Road.30th November 2013, kick-off 15:00 (GMT)
Ince returns to the dugout for the first time in almost two months, while defender Jack Robinson serves the final game of a four-match suspension.
Ince is unlikely to make too many changes from the side that held Brimingham to a 1-1 draw last time out.
Midfielder Barry Ferguson's ankle injury rules him out once more, but on-loan Aston Villa forward Nathan Delfouneso could be recalled to the starting line-up.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Dave Jones, meanwhile, is expected to make further changes as his side chase their first away win of the season.
Jones, who has no new injury or suspension problems, made four changes for last week's home defeat to Huddersfield and could be tempted to switch things around again.
Winger Jermaine Johnson is pushing for a recall to the starting line-up and on-loan Hull striker Matty Fryatt will play his last game for the Owls before heading back to his parent club.
Jones must decide whether to stick with on-loan Arsenal goalkeeper Damian Martinez or recall Chris Kirkland, while defender Reda Johnson and midfielder Giles Coke could also return.


Blackpool
• Since losing top spot in mid-September after winning five and drawing one of the first six, Blackpool have managed just two victories in the last 10 outings; both of those were while Paul Ince was serving his five-match stadium ban.
• But the accumulation of 28 points in 16 games is their best equivalent return for 18 years.
• The Seasiders are making their third attempt to notch 500 home wins in second level league football.
• They have taken the initial lead in 13 games, which is a joint divisional-high with Burnley, and share the distinction with QPR of not trailing at half-time in a Championship match so far this term.
Sheffield Wednesday
• The Owls are in danger of tumbling to three straight league defeats for the first time in just under a year.
• They have finished level in an unmatched eight of their 15 Championship matches, and with Barnsley, are the only clubs still searching for a first away league win.
• Wednesday have completed 11 league matches on the road without victory, subsequent to the triumphant visit to Millwall on 9 April.
• They are the only club without a clean sheet in English league football, and the 90th minute consolation goal from Conor Wickham in last Saturday's 2-1 defeat by Huddersfield is their only goal in the last 15 minutes of a Championship game.

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