ACCRINGTON Stanley assistant manager Jimmy Bell thinks there will be a selection headache for Stanley’s trip to Blackpool today.

Top scorer Colby Bishop came off with a back injury in the 1-1 draw at Doncaster Rovers and Sean McConville made his return from a shoulder injury.

Saturday’s goalscorer Offrande Zanzala is also pushing for a place in the starting XI after impressing from the bench.

“Colby came off on Saturday with a bit of a back injury, but we are hoping he will be okay,” said Bell.

“Sean McConville came off the bench after his shoulder injury and that puts the pressure on team selection which is what we want.

“Ozzy always looks hungry when he comes on and it’s great to have that when you are looking at the bench.

“Blackpool will be a smashing game. They will be smarting from their defeat on Saturday, it’s a local derby over the festive period and we have talked about being on an unbeaten run and we want to stay on it.

“Confidence is high, we have managed to score late goals and we are going in the right direction.

“These are great games, for me Blackpool are a massive club, they are well supported and have a fantastic stadium.

“They are up there with Ipswich, Sunderland and Portsmouth.”