DISAPPOINTED manager Peter Jackson confirmed he'll decide over the next couple of days his formation and team to play Blackpool in the League on Saturday.
Town go to Bloomfield Road with skipper Jon Worthington and Andy Holdsworth suspended for one match after each collecting a fifth booking of the season in the FA Cup defeat by the Seasiders.
With Danny Adams serving the third game of his four-match ban on Saturday and striker Pawel Abbott having essential double hernia surgery tomorrow, Jackson's resources are again stretched.
At least Martin McIntosh should have recovered from the groin niggle which kept him out on Saturday and midfielder Chris Brandon (hamstring) could also be back.
"There will be a re-shuffle, obviously, so I'll have to assess what team and formation we play over at Blackpool," said Jackson, whose side have only one home win (against Carlisle) in all competitions since August, when they toppled Rotherham and Bristol City in succession.
"Saturday was a big, big disappointment for us because it was important to progress for financial reasons, but we didn't.
"In the first half, I thought we played well with the 4-1-4-1 formation. When we conceded, we had to change the formation.
"I did not agree with the penalty decision and, in a game of few chances, it has dictated that we've gone out of the competition.
"It was one of those games where whoever scored was probably going to go through and I was disappointed when Gary Taylor-Fletcher missed a chance after Nathan Clarke had hit the bar from the half-way line."