Dons coach Tony Miller knows his side cannot afford any more slip ups as they desperately try to chase a Co-operative Championship One play-off spot.
Miller watched his side lose 32-16 at York last week. Doncaster now have five games remaining, and Miller believes they will need to win at least four of those fixtures to qualify for the play-offs.
Miller said: “It was a blow to our play-off chances, and has increased the pressure to get a result on Sunday.”
Blackpool coach Martin Crompton believes his side are still capable of securing automatic promotion by finishing top of Co-operative Championship One.
“We’re still in there for first place,” he said. “Hunslet and Oldham have got to come to our place, and there’s still a lot to play for.
“We certainly owe Oldham one, and Hunslet will be the same. Hunslet are setting the standard but there’s a lot of water to go under the bridge.”