Leeds United starting XI: Silvestri; Byram, Cooper, Pearce, Warnock; Cook, Mowatt, Bianchi, Adryan; Doukara, Antenucci.
Subs: Taylor, Berardi, Del Fabro, Austin, Dawson, Tonge, Sharp
Blackpool starting XI: Lewis; Lenihan, Daniels, Clarke, Dunne; Blackman, Perkins, Lundstram, Orlandi, Murphy; Miller.
Subs: Parish, Cywka, Mellis, O'Hara, Zoko, Delfouneso, Ranger.
Leeds United search for their first win under new permanent manager Neil Redfearn as bottom club Blackpool come to West Yorkshire.
In a turbulent season for the Whites, Redfearn is the club's third full-time boss of the campaign, following on from David Hockaday and Darko Milanic.
So far under Redfearn, Leeds have lost once and drawn once, with Charlton Athletic scoring a late penalty to snatch a point on Tuesday night.
Redfearn is a fans favourite at Elland Road having won three of his four games in temporary charge, and Blackpool present a great chance for him to claim his first win as permanent manager.
The Tangerines have had an equally chaotic season so far, with owner Karl Oyston coming in for criticism having not backed manager Jose Riga, before sacking the Belgian last week.
In came Lee Clark as the club's new manager, and they've still only one once this season, picking up just seven points in a miserable season so far.
Leeds will be considered favourites against a Blackpool side who remain rooted to the bottom of the table, but both sides are in need of three points to kickstart their seasons.