MK Dons are looking to win their first game in five when they welcome a Blackpool side who have lost only one game in their last 10 fixtures.
A win for the Dons could put them level on points with their opponents. Three points for the Tangerines will put them just four points behind the the play-off places, if other results go their way.
Most recently, MK lost by three goals to-nil against Wigan at the DW Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Midfielder, George Johnston opened the scoring in the 23rd minute, heading the ball into the bottom corner past George Fisher.
Wigan's number nine doubled the Latics' lead 20 minutes into the second half when Callum Lang met Gavin Massey's head with a rising header into the top corner.
Sealing the game and the three points, Joe Dodoo capitalised on Fisher's mistake, playing a one-two with Vix Solomon-Otabor before tapping the ball past the goalkeeper.
Blackpool also suffered late heartbreak when they faced AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
Ellis Simms opened the scoring for the Tangerines in the second half but in the 90th minute, Ollie Palmer equalised for the away side and Wimbledon claimed a vital point in their hopes of staying in League One.
Heading into the game, the Dons have no fresh injury concerns.
David Kasumu remains on the sidelines, along with Ben Gladwin.
Strikers Kieran Agard and Jay Bird are both long-term absentees.
Neil Critchley expects to have the same squad available from their weekend game.
Gary Madine and Daniel Gretarsson have returned to training for the Tangerines but Tuesday's game may come too soon for the pair.
Marvin Ekpiteta and Keshi Anderson are both long-term absentees.
Fisher; O'Hora, Darling, Zules, Lewington; Laird, O'Riley, Surman; Fraser; Grigg, Jerome.
Maxwell; Turton, Ballard, Thorniley, Husband; Hamilton, Virtue, Stewart; Mitchell, Yates, Simms.
Ones to watch
MK Dons - Cameron Jerome
The veteran is the Dons' top goalscorer this season, scoring 10 times in the 28 appearances, while also assisting four times so far this season.
His most recent goal came in a big 4-3 win at home to Northampton where the striker came off the bench to score the equaliser before fellow substitute, Charlie Brown scored the winner. Without a goal in 4 appearances, he will be looking to add to his tally on Tuesday night.
Blackpool - Jerry Yates
He’s made 25 starts so far this season and has scored 11 goals and assisting three times. He scored four times in February where his side only lost one game.
Blackpool 1-0 MK Dons (24/10/2020)
Where to watch
UK residents will be able to watch the game live on the club's iFollow page, on Tuesday, 9th March with the game kicking off at 19:00 PM.