- Venue:Bloomfield Road
- Referee:Hall, A
The ref has blown his whistle for full time.
Goal!! Blackpool have scored with Charlie Adam putting it in the back of the net.
Tommy Spurr is replaced by Richard Hinds.
Goal!! Sheff Wed have scored with Leon Clarke putting it in the back of the net.
Leon Clarke goes into the referee's book for unsporting behaviour.
Lewis Buxton goes into the referee's book for unsporting behaviour.
David Vaughan is being taken off, Barry Bannan has come on in his place.
Goal!! Tom Soares scores for Sheff Wed.
The referee has booked David Vaughan.
Danny Nardiello is being taken off, Keith Southern has come on in his place.
Jason Euell is replaced by Gary Taylor-Fletcher.
Jason Euell is booked for unsporting behaviour.
The referee has booked Tom Soares.
Darren Purse goes into the referee's book for unsporting behaviour.
The second half is under way with the score currently at 0 v 0.
Half time whistle is blown by A Hall
Jermaine Johnson is being taken off, Leon Clarke has come on in his place.
Darren Potter goes into the referee's book for unsporting behaviour.
The ref has blown his whistle and the match has started.
Blackpool face Sheff Wed at 7:45pm on Tuesday, January 19th.
New Sheffield Wednesday boss Alan Irvine continues to work his magic as his side collected the second successive away win of his reign after a 2-1 success at Blackpool.
In a feisty match of six bookings, the deadlock was broken on 71 minutes against the run of play after a double substitution appeared to put new life into listless Blackpool.
Tom Soares got on the end of a Michael Gray cross and his shot from 15 yards took a deflection and curled over a stranded Paul Rachubka.
Blackpool tried hard to get back into the game but they were guilty of poor finishing and over-elaboration.
When they did get the chances on goal, Wednesday keeper Lee Grant was on top form with one particular point-blank save from Gary Taylor-Fletcher.
Wednesday sealed their win on 83 minutes when Marcus Tudgay got in a cross which Leon Clarke headed backwards over Rachubka, who was caught in no man's land.
Blackpool scored in second-half injury-time when Scotland international Charlie Adam produced a magnificent solo effort for his 11 goal of the season, but it was all too little, too late for Ian Holloway's side.
The Seasiders had dominated much of the first half and should have scored on six minutes when defender Alex John-Baptiste had a shot from his side's first corner blocked on the line by Darren Purse.
Four minutes later, Adam created a lovely opportunity for Daniel Nardiello but he headed wide. That was quickly followed by defender Ian Evatt hitting the post.
Irvine's side showed great character to weather the storm and the loss of Jermaine Johnson on 24 minutes with a hamstring pull after he had twice broken clear and sent shots flashing just wide.
Shots off target