Matt Bloomfield wants Wycombe ‘ready to go’ for when they take on Blackpool on Easter Monday.

Wanderers head up to the North West off the back of a 3-1 Good Friday home loss against table-topping Portsmouth, whilst the Tangerines fell to a 1-0 away loss at Derby County who sit second.

Before the loss against Pompey, the Chairboys had won their last three league matches.

He said: “We need to make sure that we’re prepared as much as we can be for when we play Blackpool.

“They’re another good side so we need to be ready to go.

“It’s a long trip up for us on Easter Sunday and there quite possibly be some changes.

“With this busy spell, we do have a competitive squad so I do picture us making some changes so we’re ready to go.”

Blackpool boss Neil Critchley also wants his side to respond, as the ex-Premier League outfit sit eighth, just four points off the play-off places.

He told the club’s media channels: “There will be plenty of twists and turns and there are more than enough points to go for but I am sick of saying the same things. 

“We’ve not done enough. 

“We’ve created more than enough moments but didn’t do enough in front of the goal.

“We have to bounce back, we are going to need positive energy on Monday. 

“We’re going to need everyone with us, the supporters getting behind us. 

Wycombe are unbeaten in their last four at Bloomfield Road, but haven’t beaten Blackpool in their own backyard since September 1999.

Additionally, Wanderers haven’t lost against Blackpool in their eight previous encounters in all competitions.