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Friday, 18 May 2012

Blackpool v West Ham online video Free Live Npower Championship Preview -19 May -2012,16:00 CET

Blackpool v West Ham Live Stream online video Npower Championship  2012 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on  05/19/12 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Blackpool v West Ham Stream Free online video Video Of Npower Championship  Saturday 19 May 2012 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 16:00 CET.Npower Championship  ,Watch Video online video Live online video,Blackpool v West Ham Live Streaming Video ,Blackpool v West Ham Stream,Blackpool v West Ham Live free,Blackpool v West Ham Streaming,Blackpool v West Ham Live, Blackpool v West Ham online video,Blackpool v West Ham online video, Blackpool v West Ham Results,Npower Championship  Fixtures.TEAM NEWS.Midfielder Jack Collison has handed West Ham a major fitness boost ahead of the Championship play-off final with Blackpool on Saturday.The 23-year-old has recovered from the dislocated shoulder he suffered in the semi-final secong leg against Cardiff.
Collison has been a key figure for the Hammers and scored both their goals in the first leg of the semi in Wales.

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway

Both West Ham and Blackpool are aiming for an instant return to the top flight after being relegated in 2011.

The London side go into the game as favourites, having narrowly missed out on automatic promotion on the final day, finishing two points behind second-placed Southampton.

In the regular season, Sam Allardyce's side put eight goals past Blackpool in their two fixtures, beating them 4-0 at Upton Park in October and then 4-1 at Bloomfield Road in February.

Collison's return to fitness means Allardyce has a near full-strength side for the game at Wembley.

"Everyone who has been playing recently is fit, the squad is strong and we just have one final day to select the side," said manager Sam Allardyce.

"It's been a bit of a long wait since we played Cardiff but we are rested, eager and hopefully we can give our best performance of the season.

"We are the favourites with all the pressure on us, so we have to handle that as we have done all season. Hopefully we can deliver and beat Blackpool for third time this season.

"But it won't be easy, we will treat them with the utmost respect and make sure we try to expose the weaknesses they have in their side if we can and as early as we can.

"We've got to live with the pressure to spur us on to give us our best performance. The pressure should bring the best out of us and not be one of those games where we actually freeze on the big stage."

West Ham have been criticised at times this season - most notably by their own supporters - for a perceived lack of attacking verve to their play, while Blackpool have won a host of admirers for their swashbuckling style

However, Seasiders boss Ian Holloway feels such talk of a contrast in style between the side's is unfair on Allardyce's side.

"I think it's unfair on Sam," said Holloway. "I think he's a fantastic manager. Basically, he's brilliant at the important things in the game.

"Sam can play any way, he can play any style. He's just very, very gifted at what he does. He knows what wins."

Blackpool are chasing a second Championship play-off triumph in three seasons after beating Cardiff 3-2 at Wembley two years ago. They reached this year's final courtesy of a narrow two-legged win over Birmingham.

"I really cherish this achievement," said Holloway. "In the league we drew with Birmingham and we lost down there and in the play-off games we beat them here and drew down there. We did it in such a pressure situation as well. I couldn't be prouder."

Blackpool head into the final off the back of nine games without defeat and Holloway has been working on ways to prevent a repeat of his side's league encounters with West Ham this season.

"I've been staring at West Ham, how they beat us twice, come up with one or two things and hopefully we've worked on them," added Holloway.

"It's all down to Saturday, it's all down to the lads, it's all down to the will and sometimes the will is more important than the skill.

"It's a two-horse race. It's not a long race now, just a sprint and we're going to try and dip towards the line."

Npower Championship 

Match : Blackpool v West Ham

Saturday Date   19 May 2012

Kick Off Time:  15:00 BST

Venue :  : Wembley

Live/Repeat: Live

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