Ollie set to hand debuts to trio

New Blackpool boss Ian Holloway could hand debuts to three players when he returns to QPR for Saturday's Championship opener at Loftus Road.

Last Updated: 07/08/09 at 12:04

Holloway: Preparing for first game

Holloway: Preparing for first game

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Charlie Adam sealed a permanent £500,000 transfer to Bloomfield Road from Rangers earlier this week after a successful loan spell last season.

The midfielder is in line to make his first league appearance as a fully-fledged Seasiders player after helping Holloway's men to a 2-1 friendly win over Everton in midweek.

Former Southampton midfielder Jason Euell should make his bow at Loftus Road after signing a 12-month contract, with the option of a second year.

Former Ipswich striker Billy Clarke is also in contention after joining Blackpool earlier this summer following his release from Ipswich.

However, defender Danny Coid is definitely sidelined with a hairline fracture on his tibia.

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