Newport County vs Port Vale - No fresh injury worries for Newport ahead of Port Vale game

Posted Friday, November 10, 2017 by PA

Newport have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Friday's Sky Bet League Two game at home to Port Vale.

Captain Joss Labadie is still struggling with a hamstring injury while Calaum Jahraldo-Martin also has a hamstring problem and has been ruled out until Christmas.

Mark O'Brien and David Pipe came through unscathed against Walsall last weekend following a foot injury and illness respectively. Both are available again.

Newport sit eighth in the table but are without a win in three league games.

Chris Regis could keep his place in Port Vale's line-up after scoring three minutes into his debut against Crewe in the Checkatrade Trophy in midweek.

The 20-year-old, who played for Arsenal and Southampton at under-18 level, recently signed a contract with the Valiants until the end of the season.

Boss Neil Aspin will be without midfielder Ben Whitfield as he recovers from an ankle problem, while Joe Davis (thigh) and Tyrone Barnett (groin) remain sidelined.

Goalkeeper Rob Lainton is nearing match fitness but Saturday's game is likely to come too soon.

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