Andy Hobson remains suspended for the Panthers, who produced an impressive performance at Swinton last week.
Victory for Martin Crompton’s squad this week would strengthen their position among the title chasers in Co-operative Championship One.
Crompton said: “I thought we were absolutely fantastic (against Swinton), especially in the first 40 minutes. We should have been out of sight.”
Seibold said: “Blackpool are a top three team. Playing them away is going to be a tough ask, especially travelling on the day of the game.
“However, we want to rebound from our defeat last week and give a better account of ourselves after what we consider a poor performance against Workington.”