Date: 16th January 2015 at 2:26pm
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Crewe Alexandra attempt to maintain their rise up the division when visiting mid-table Notts County this weekend.

The Railwaymen should approach the contest in excellent heart after accounting for Gillingham last time out.

The visitors are further boosted by Harry Davis (dental) and Anthony Grant (hip) both being declared as available, while Adam Dugdale has recovered from illness and Brad Inman is back in training.

Welsh Under-21 centre-back George Ray has also completed a three-game ban following his second sending-off of the campaign, and new reserve goalkeeper Joe Anyon should make the bench.

The Magpies could include a number of new signings with Kwame Thomas, Billy Daniels and Will Hayhurst all pressing for inclusion.

Liam Noble returns from suspension but Mike Edwards remains doubtful with hamstring trouble.

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