All you need to know about Tuesday's game
Reds head to the Potteries on Tuesday night to open April with a tough test against Port Vale, kick off 7.45pm.
Referee: Nigel Miller
Assistants: Peter Gooch and David Plowright
Fourth Official: Rob Lewis
Reds hope to have Matt Tubbs and Paul Connolly available after they missed the defeat at Preston on Saturday with injury. Kyle McFadzean completes a two-match suspension.
Top scorer Tom Pope is now Vale's deputy goalkeeper after Chris Neal sustained ankle ligament damage ten days ago and the club were unable to sign another goalkeeper having been placed under a transfer embargo.
VIEW FROM INSIDE THE CAMP
John Gregory: “Port Vale are a strong outfit at home but they do try and play and they have a very big pitch up there which I think will suit us. You know what you are going to get with Micky (Adams)' teams so it's going to be another difficult game for us."
Micky Adams (Port Vale manager): “After losing 5-0 at Bristol City last Tuesday we got a good point at Stevenage on Saturday and we certainly feel good about ourselves again."
WE’VE MET BEFORE
Reds' first game in the Football League was a 2-2 draw at Vale Park in August 2011. Reds beat Vale 3-2 in March 2012 but this season's reverse fixture saw Vale win 3-0 at the Broadfield Stadium.
Reds have lost their last three and are without an away win in the league since February 25. Vale have won three and drawn three of their last 13 games.
TUESDAY'S OTHER GAMES
Coventry City v Bradford City
Sheffield United v Brentford
Stevenage v MK Dons
GOING TO THE MATCH?
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We will be running our live blog on The Reds Wall throughout the game where you can react to the action.
COME ON YOU REDS!