Oliver Finney may start for Crewe as they host Port Vale

Posted Thursday, September 20, 2018 by PA

Oliver Finney may start for Crewe as they host Port Vale

Midfielder Oliver Finney may be given a chance to have some game time after appearing on the bench for Crewe’s last two matches.

Finney has impressed manager David Artell with strong performances in the under-23 side, scoring three goals in four games.

Kevin O’Connor will be hoping to get an outing after only appearing on the bench in Crewe’s last game at Cheltenham, following a heavy collision during the Checkatrade trophy match against Tranmere.

Eddie Nolan (calf), Paul Green (knee) and Harry Pickering (hamstring) however are all sidelined with injury.

Port Vale striker Scott Quigley is pushing for a start after featuring in the last three games from the bench and he also notched a double in Vale’s reserve team victory over Notts County.

Meanwhile defender Cristian Montano is unlikely to face Crewe after suffering a knee injury.

Midfielder Ben Whitfield will be keen to play a full match after scoring in the last game against Exeter, having been subbed off in his last two games.

Vale are one place and two points ahead of Crewe in the Sky Bet League One table, having played a game more.




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