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Prior to last weekend’s postponement against Barnsley, Blackpool were one of eight teams who suffered defeat in the third round of the FA Cup to lower league opposition, as they were beaten 2-1 away at League Two outfit Hartlepool United.

Keshi Anderson‘s eighth-minute opener was cancelled out by second-half strikes from David Ferguson and 18-year-old Joe Grey, condemning the Tangerines to their third exit in four years at this stage of the competition.

Neil Critchley would have welcomed a cup run, but now he and his side will prepare to resurrect their Championship campaign, which has derailed over the past few months.

Early-season hopes of a playoff push seem to have faded after a run of just two league victories in their last 11 matches. Such form has seen them slip from sixth place in October down to 15th and 11 points behind the playoffs.

Following a 1-0 win over Hull City in their first Championship game in 2022, Blackpool will be looking to start the year with successive league victories for the first time since 2001, when they take on a Millwall side who they are unbeaten against in each of their last five home meetings.

Critchley has revealed that Blackpool have no new injury concerns for this weekend, though Anderson (hamstring), James Husband (hamstring), Sonny Carey (metatarsal), Grant Ward (Achilles), Matty Virtue (knee) and Chris Maxwell (thigh) all remain sidelined.

Luke Garbutt is expected to return to the first XI and replace Husband at left-back, joining Jordan Lawrence-GabrielMarvin Ekpiteta and Richard Keogh in the back four.

Striker Jerry Yates will also be hoping to force his way back into the first XI ahead of either Gary Madine or Shayne Lavery, who both started the last game against Hartlepool.

As for Millwall, they have been dealt a double injury blow as striker Tom Bradshaw could be out for up to three months after sustaining a knee ligament injury in the first half against Nottingham Forest, while midfielder Sheyi Ojo is facing up to two months on the sidelines with an ankle problem picked up in the same game.

Ryan Leonard and Danny Ballard both remain sidelined with respective ankle and knee injuries, while club captain Alex Pearce is a doubt with a groin strain.

In addition, the future of winger Jed Wallace remains uncertain amid reported interest from Forest and Besiktas, and the 27-year-old is set to miss out again as a result.

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With Bradshaw and Ojo now sidelined, Mason Bennett and Matthew Smith are the most likely candidates to join Benik Afobe in attack.

Blackpool possible starting lineup:
Grimshaw; Lawrence-Gabriel, Ekpiteta, Keogh, Garbutt; Bowler, Dougall, Wintle, John-Jules; Yates, Madine

Millwall possible starting lineup:
Bialkowski; Hutchinson, Cooper, Wallace; McNamara, Evans, Mitchell; Malone; Bennett; Smith, Afobe

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