Holly remains cautious
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway says his side are still not favourites to make the play-off final, despite beating Birmingham last night.
Curtis Davies' own goal sealed the win for the Seasiders when he defected in Tom Ince's long range effort, placing the Seasiders in the driving seat when the sides meet in the return fixture at St Andrews on Tuesday. But Holloway insists his side still have plenty to do. He told the Blackpool Gazette: "Nobody is favourite and nobody is the underdog. "I asked my lads to get me a win and that is what they did. "They have proved one thing now - that they can beat Birmingham over 90 minutes. "They are a good side, a very well run outfit, and so I was very proud of us on the day that we managed to play well and get a result." The winner will face either West Ham or Cardiff City in a lucrative play-off final at Wembley on May 19.