Scunthorpe United could climb in the top one half of League One which has a win over bottom-of-the-table Blackpool.
However, they face a Tangerines' side still seeking their first conquer of the summer season and facing the opportunity of a back-to-back relegations.
Huddersfield manager Mark Robins watches his team in the match against Nottingham Forest on August 3, 2013© Getty Images
Scunthorpe boss Mark Robins is aiming to avoid a fight for survival to the second successive season because the Yorkshire club enjoy their final campaign at Glanford Park.
The Iron are going to move to a whole new purpose-built ground within the Lincolnshire Lakes portion of the town, but United will be in danger of playing their first game there in League Two.
Scunthorpe's season got off and away to the worst possible start while they lost at Burton Albion before being beaten on penalties by Barnsley from the League Cup.
Robins' men acquired their only win to date against fellow strugglers Crewe Alexandra, but United then suffered their biggest defeat of the year at Wigan Athletic.
Successive draws against Millwall and Colchester United has left the Iron just across the drop zone, but an exceptional victory for Scunny could see them in to the top 12.
However, stretching time for the final day of year, the Yorkshiremen have finally won one time in their last eight games in every competitions.
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Blackpool manager Neil McDonald looks on over the Capital One Cup First Round match between Northampton Town and Blackpool at Sixfields Stadium on August 11, 2015© Getty Images
Blackpool are facing the prospect of potentially dropping into League Two, only several years after facing Manchester United inside the Premier League.
The Tangerines have struggled for form because the start of the year when they battled to some draw at Colchester United.
However, defeat at Northampton Town inside the League Cup, where Neil McDonald's side conceded three before half-time, started a miserable run.
They lost to Rochdale and Burton Albion in your own home before another defeat away to Sheffield United, but arguably their worst result came last weekend against Walsall.
Blackpool's 4-0 defeat towards the Saddlers left the Tangerines with just one point for their name and lacking an away victory since beating Huddersfield Town in March 2014.
Their home form is little better, with only four wins in this time, but McDonald has dipped into your transfer industry to bolster his squad with midfielder David Norris following his release by Yeovil Town.
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Costa Rica's midfielder Jose Cubero participates in a training session at The Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte on June 23, 2014© Getty Images
Scunthorpe may turn to make changes with their starting lineup after their Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat in your own home to Barnsley in midweek.
Kevin van Veen and Darius Henderson could return in attack for your Iron, with Tom Hopper and Hakeeb Adelakun prone to make way.
Luke Daniels can keep his invest goal after serving a suspension, following his red card against Burton Albion at the start of the year.
Meanwhile, Blackpool may turn to reshuffle their team after their humbling defeat to Walsall, although McDonald may decide to never rush back keeper Colin Doyle after having a lengthy layoff.
Kwame Thomas, Jose Cubero and Jarrett Rivers – every one of whom came from the bench up against the Saddlers – have been in contention in the first place.
Cubero was caused by be on international duty with Costa Rica, but has become available for your Fylde club.
Scunthorpe United possible starting lineup:
Anyon, Clarke, Goode, King, Wallace, Laird, McAllister, Bishop, Van Veen, Henderson, Madden
Blackpool possible starting lineup:
Letheren, Boyce, Aldred, Robertson, Ferguson, Cameron, Cubero, McAlister, Rivers, Thomas, Cullen
Head To Head
One crumb of comfort for travelling Tangerines' fans are going to be their recent record against Scunny, having won eight and lost one of their last 10 encounters while using Iron.
That solitary defeat delivered in April 2006 every time a 90th-minute Billy Sharp goal gave United the spoils.
Blackpool's last trip to Glanford Park saw DJ Campbell score twice because the Seasiders won 4-2 on the way to Premier League promotion last year.
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