Blackpool boss Ian Holloway has hinted that he will shuffle his pack for the home clash with Sheffield Wednesday.

The Seasiders drew 2-2 at Bloomfield with QPR on Saturday but Holloway is set to field a more physical side.

Striker Ben Burgess was named among the substitutes against Rangers but came off the bench in the second half and looks set to start against the Owls.

Holloway said: "My team on Saturday was picked on the fact that QPR have a lot of flair.

"I think the game against Sheffield Wednesday will be very different, more of a battle, so I'll have to look at what I do regards selection."

Strikers Stephen McPhee and Billy Clarke remain on the sidelines due to injury and attacking midfielder Hameur Bouazza is away on international duty with Algeria.

Sheffield Wednesday striker Leon Clarke will return to Alan Irvine's squad.

Clarke, who missed the derby win at Barnsley on Saturday in Irvine's first game in charge due to a hamstring strain, is back in contention, but fellow forward Francis Jeffers is still struggling with a similar problem and will miss out.

Irvine helped deliver the Owls' first win in 12 league matches at Oakwell and will not want to change his side.

Midfielder Michael Gray returned after illness, while Jermaine Johnson played a more central role up front alongside Marcus Tudgay and rewarded Irvine with the winning goal.

Defender Richard Hinds (heel), midfielder Tommy Miller (hamstring) and goalkeeper Richard O'Donnell (ankle) remain sidelined.

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