Two team who have long had very different fates in League One meet in their penultimate game week in what is a near meaningless game for the travelling Doncaster but a crucial one for hosts Blackpool.
With Hull City the League One champions with relative ease this campaign and Peterborough now joining them in the Championship with their second-placed finish, it leaves the play-off spots open for grabs.
Sunderland and Lincoln City have both guaranteed their play-off status with their superior points difference, but Blackpool, Portsmouth and Oxford United all battling for the fifth and sixth place in League One.
Blackpool have had a topsy-turvy season all campaign long. Massive wins over Sunderland and a draw with Lincoln recently were tremendous results, but they were also met with losses to relegation-threatened Rochdale and 17th-placed Shrewsbury Town. As a result of this up and down fixtures, Blackpool have been struggling to guarantee themselves a play-off spot for some time, and it looks to go down to the wire.
A win for the Tangerines, however, and a play-off spot is theirs, as they will then go five clear of Portsmouth in sixth, meaning Pompey and Oxford will fight it out for the last play-off place. On the other hand, Blackpool's goal difference has been brilliant all season, with their defence matching Hull's league best of 37 goals conceded, which won't bode well for Doncaster.
Blackpool are the favourites in this one, and understandably so. With this in mind, and how Doncaster how little to play for, the seaside club should bag three points here and give them a chance in the play-offs.