Date: 30th October 2014 at 7:02pm
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New striker Danny Haynes and recovered defender Harry Davis are both pressing for places for Crewe Alexandra when visiting Crawley Town this weekend.

“He’s in a better psychological state now that he has completed these games” – Steve Davis

Centre-back Davis has been sidelined since March due to a knee injury but recently appeared in five Under-21
games.

“He’s in a better psychological state now that he has completed these games,” manager Steve Davis commented in the Stoke Sentinel. “He will be in contention this weekend, if our shape requires him to play.”

Meanwhile, Notts County loanee Haynes similarly featured for the Under-21s’ defeat to Nottingham Forest earlier this week.

“Danny looked sharp,” added Davis. “He needed game time and got through most of it, so he’ll be ready for selection this weekend if we need him.”

Midfielder Chris Atkinson is also on the way back from illness and should be available.

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