Ollie: It’s still in our hands

The Seasiders held FA Cup finalists Stoke on Saturday while rivals

Wigan and Wolves drew and West Ham lost on Sunday. That means

Blackpool are fourth from bottom, level on points with the Latics

on 35, although they have a slightly better goal difference.

Holloway was buoyed by results elsewhere over the weekend and he

now hopes their impressive away form will continue, starting at

Tottenham this weekend. The Seasiders have more wins on the road

than any of their relegation rivals, but Holloway knows that

halting Harry Redknapp’s side is easier said than done. “We’ve

looked at the other results and it’s still in our own hands,”

Holloway told Sky Sports. “We’d have thought you were mad if anyone

would have told us that with three games left. “It’s just a

tremendous achievement for everybody and we just want to finish it

off now. “We’ve got Spurs away at the weekend and we’re not bad

away from home. “I’d love another couple of wins. We’ve got to do

what they are doing. It’s so close and so tight. “I wish we weren’t

one of them, but we are. It might come down to goal difference.

“Let’s see what we can do in our two tough away games.”