Boss Billy Davies is confident that his Nottingham Forest side can see off Blackpool to reach the Championship play-off final, as long as they take their chances at the City Ground.
Forest lost out 2-1 in the first leg at Bloomfield Road, having passed up a number of opportunities before the Seasiders roared back from a goal behind.
Davies told the Evening Post: "We should have unpicked Blackpool, we should have scored three or four. If we had done that, we would have been in a much better position, obviously.
"In the first 45 minutes we were excellent, we hit the bar and had a couple cleared off the line. We also had a dozen chances in total.
"It typified the away performances we have had, in that we had not played too bad in the first half, but were not clinical.
"That has been the same story in the last eight or nine away games."