Cheltenham v Port Vale

Cheltenham    v    Port Vale


Npower League Two
Venue: Whaddon Road Date: Saturday, 23 October Kick-off: 1500 BST
Cheltenham will be without captain Michael Pook for up to six weeks, after he picked up a calf injury.
Midfielder David Bird has recovered from a hamstring injury and should be included in the squad.
Port Vale boss Micky Adams could again make changes as his side look to end a run of three games without a win.
On-loan winger Jemal Johnson has been recalled by parent club MK Dons, while midfielder Rob Taylor (hamstring) is out for up to eight weeks.

Cheltenham Town boss Mark Yates told BBC Radio Gloucestershire:
"It'll be a good test for us without a shadow of a doubt, Micky Adams has got them working really hard for each other and they've got some good players.
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Yates 'not afraid' of Port Vale
"It's a game we're not afraid of and a game we're looking forward to and after a defeat last week it's important we are hard to beat but go and express ourselves.
"They'll bring a good contingent down and it's important our fans get behind us and make sure we keep our home form going."
Port Vale manager Micky Adams told BBC Radio Stoke:
"If I look at the games in October, we haven't started well at all, I don't think we've had a foothold in any game we've had.
"The opposition have dictated the tempo of the game and it's something we've got to remedy.
"Cheltenham, particularly at home are a force to be reckoned with, to get a result there is a tough task but it's not one that's going to phase us, we'll come out fighting."


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