Norwich City vs Blackpool, Football League Championship at Carrow Road. Saturday 15th August Kick-off 3pm. Today the Blackpool squad flew down from Blackpool airport to Norwich airport minus Keith Southern who is now serving a three match ban for his sending off at Macclesfiled Town. Simon Grayson has yet to name either a captain for tomorrow or even the club captain for the season and has called for "eleven captains" tomorrow as Blackpool go for not only their first points of the season but their first goals. Some of the players on the injury list are expected to come into contention for the game, though striker Stephen McPhee will definitely miss the trip. Grayson has not confirmed any names (as usual) and has also said that he would not throw anyone straight into the team so the team will be very similar to that which started the last two games, apart from Southern of course! Norwich City is also of course where Wes Hoolahan now plys his trade and he will be looking to impress on his home league debut ironically against the Seasiders, but so will the new players in tangerine. Hoolahan has had a mixed start to his Norwich career, as he was taken off after an hour last Tuesday in the League Cup defeat at Milton Keynes Dons and some Norwich fans have criticised him for "over-playing" - something heard at Bloomfield Road quite a few times last season. Whether Blackpool can even score tomorrow, never mind get a draw or win, will surely depend a lot on whether strikers Daniel Nardiello and/or Steve Kabba are back to full fitness and feature in the game. Playing as we have thus far this season a 4-5-1 formation, with Ben Burgess a lone striker has not worked, and Burgess has looked tired toward the end of the games. At least if one or both Nardiello and Kabba are back tomorrow it would give Grayson some options up front which he hasn't had at all yet in pre-season or as the season started. Norwich City will be backed as usual by a large crowd. Despite having a poor season last year, they still kept up decent crowds and regularly get close to full houses at Carrow Road which holds just over 26,000. Last season the Seasiders won at Carrow Road, and the Tangerine Army were in full voice. They will need to be tomorrow, and are expected to take somewhere around 700ish.