Blackpool boss Ian Holloway admits Survival Sunday is going to be difficult to follow.
The Seasiders need a result at Manchester United to stand any chance of staying up.
With out-of-form Birmingham facing an equally tough trip to Tottenham and Wigan gearing up to combat an aerial bombardment at Stoke, calculators might be required.
"One of my analysts was looking at the table the other day. I said, 'Good God. What are you doing? You are going to go mental'," said Holloway.
"My dad was an amateur player. He would say 'Our name is on the cup'. Sometimes it is.
"This weekend, we have to do something no-one else has managed this season. Beat the champions on their own ground."
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