IT WILL be business as usual for Blackpool's kit man tomorrow, with home supporters hoping the return to the Seasiders' famous tangerine tops will be accompanied by another victory over Town.
Last time Simon Grayson's side trotted out at historic Bloomfield Road - the club have played there since 1900 - they were wearing the burgundy 'third' kit sported in Saturday's 1-0 FA Cup first-round win at the Galpharm.
The outfit produced as a thank-you to Latvian club president and investor Valery Belokon - the colours are the same as those worn by his national team - has been worn three times, with a win gained on each occasion.
Having been given its debut in a 3-0 success Brighton on October 8, it appeared for the 4-1 home win over Bradford on October 28 to mark the presence of the Latvian ambassador to the UK at the match.
Wes Hoolahan fired home a penalty against the Bantams, just as he did to seal Blackpool's cup victory over Peter Jackson's side six days ago.
It's the input of Belokon, whose compatriot Normund Malnaks has become a full-time director, which has allowed Skipton-based Grayson to bring in the likes of Hoolahan.
The 24-year-old left-sided midfielder comes from Ireland but got his break with Livingston, a club with whom Blackpool have forged a bond after playing pre-season friendlies.
Livi's relegation from the Scottish top flight meant they had to trim their wage bill, and Blackpool signed Paul Tierney in a permanent deal and Hoolahan on a season-long loan.
The Seasiders are believed to have first option on a transfer, which could be crucial given the interest he has attracted during the club's recent run of four wins and two draws in six League I matches.
That has helped lift them to 14th in the table (Town are ninth) and appease supporters who were concerned by a sluggish start to the season.
Having come through last week's cup-tie injury free, former Leeds, Leicester, Aston Villa and Blackpool player Grayson, brother of former Yorkshire cricketer Paul, will be free to select the same side.
If he chooses to do that, eight-goal top scorer Scott Vernon will again be on the bench, along with former Hull frontman Ben Burgess.
That pair are being kept out by Scotsman Keigan Parker, signed from St Johnstone during the summer of 2004, and Andy Morrell.
The experienced 32-year-old opted to give up the final season of a four-year contract at Championship club Coventry in order to play more regular first-team football at Bloomfield Road.