A look ahead to Tuesday night's game at Vale ParkReds make the long trip to Vale Park on Tuesday (7.45pm kick off) to face Port Vale in Sky Bet League One.
Referee: Kevin Wright
Assistants: Kevin Mattocks & David Storrie
Fourth Official: Mark Dwyer
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Dean Leacock (groin), Lanre Oyebanjo (hamstring), Conor Henderson (ankle) and Josh Simpson (hamstring) are all still sidelined for Reds.
Chris Dickinson and Byron Moore picked up dead legs in the defeat to Swindon on Saturday but should be fit for Vale, who may give a start to striker Louis Dodds.
Reds have won four out of their last nine but have only won three times on their travels this season. Port Vale have won four of their last six but did lose at home, 1-0 to Swindon, last Saturday.THE FORM GUIDE
VIEW FROM THE BENCH
: "Away from home it's as tough as it gets in this division. Rob Page has done a great job there and they will still feel they could challenge for the play-offs. Our job is to try and back up the result we got on Saturday."Dean Saunders
"There were a lot of good things from Saturday's performance, particularly in the second half, which we need to take into Tuesday's game. It's going to be difficult. Dean (Saunders) has put his own stamp on their squad and they are coming into the game on the back of a very good result on Saturday so it won't be easy."Rob Page (Port Vale boss):
DID YOU KNOW?
Reds began life as a Football League club at Port Vale in 2011 when we drew 2-2 thanks to goals from Tyrone Barnett and Kyle McFadzean.
WE’VE MET BEFORE?
This will be the sixth meeting between the teams and Reds have yet to taste victory at Vale Park.
Previous visits there have been the 2-2 draw in our first League Two game and last season's 2-1 defeat when Billy Clarke was on target.
At home we have won once, 3-2 in 2012, and lost twice. Back in December Vale won 2-0 at the Checkatrade.com Stadium.
REST OF THE LEAGUE ONE FIXTURES
Bristol City v Crewe
Chesterfield v Gillingham
Colchester v Yeovil
Doncaster Rovers v Swindon
Fleetwood v Coventry
Leyton Orient v Barnsley
Notts County v Rochdale
Oldham v MK Dons
Preston v Peterborough
Walsall v Sheffield United
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This match is all-ticket for Reds fans and no tickets are now available. They cannot be purchased on the night at Port Vale.