Only Wilson out for Seasiders
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway has a virtually clean bill of health among his squad for the npower Championship play-off final against West Ham.
On-loan Liverpool defender Danny Wilson is the Seasiders' only absentee after picking up a calf strain and returning to his parent club for treatment, but the 20-year-old made the last of his 10 Seasiders' appearances this term in the 2-1 defeat at Derby in early March. Craig Cathcart is available again following heart palpitations but is unlikely to disturb the centre-back partnership of Ian Evatt and Alex Baptiste that has featured throughout Blackpool's ongoing nine-match unbeaten run. Similarly, Roman Bednar (knee) is available, although a place in the match-day 16 will be a tall order for the Czech forward, with Stephen Dobbie and Gary Taylor-Fletcher established in attack and Kevin Phillips, Lomana LuaLua and Nouha Dicko all vying for a place on the bench. West Ham beat Blackpool 4-1 and 4-0 in the league this season, but veteran striker Phillips is happy for the burden of expectation to be on Sam Allardyce's men. "We're certainly a different proposition to what we were in those games," he said. "You hear a lot of the media and the supporters saying maybe all they've got to do is turn up to win the game because they're clear favourites and that suits us."