A win for the hosts could put them level in the playoff places points, whereas three points for Boro' could put them level on points with Hull City, who sit top of the league.
Most recently, Blackpool won 2-0 against Oxford United at the Kassam Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Kenneth Douglas opened the scoring, volleying the ball home following a scrappy corner to put the visitors 1-0 up. Just before halftime, Daniel Ballard doubled Blackpool's lead. This time heading home from another corner to also seal the three points.
On Saturday, Peterborough equalised in the last minute to rescue a vital point after initially losing a 2-0 lead.
Boro' were 2-0 up at halftime thanks to two brilliant finishes from Siriki Dembele and Sammie Szmodics.
Rochdale replied in the second half with the first goal coming from Stephen Humphrys' penalty, which was cooly dispatched.
Jake Beesley equalised in the 87th minute before Jimmy Keohane put Dale in front, for the first time in the tight game, in the 90th minute.
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.
Forced off through injury on Saturday, Matty Virtue is set for a scan and a period of time on the sidelines.
Midfielders, Jack Taylor and Dan Butler, are both set to miss the League One clash as both players carry injuries.
Suffering from a hamstring injury, Bradley Rolt is back in training but will not be fit to travel to Blackpool.
Maxwell; Turton, Ballard, Thorniley, Husband; Hamilton, Gabriel, Stewart; Mitchell, Yates, Simms
Pym; Kent, Thompson, Beevers, Ward; Hamilton, Brown, Butler; Dembele, Szmodics, Clarke-Harris
Ones to watch
Blackpool - Jerry Yates
He’s made 32 starts so far this season and has scored 12 goals and assisting three times. With only one goal in March, Yates will look to get back on the scoresheet on Tuesday night.
Peterborough United - Jonson Clarke-Harris
The Posh's striker is the joint-top scorer in League One with 22 goals in 35 appearances as well as three assists. His eye for goal alongside his aerial threat will be a real danger to the Blackpool defence.
Peterborough United 1-2 Blackpool (21/11/2020)
How to watch
UK residents will be able to watch the game live on the club's iFollow page on Tuesday, 23rd March with the game kicking off at 19:00 PM.