Accrington looking strong for Morecambe test

Posted Tuesday, March 06, 2018 by PA

Accrington looking strong for Morecambe test

Accrington will be at full strength for the visit of Morecambe in Sky Bet League Two.

Stanley’s clash with Newport on Saturday was postponed due to the bad weather and boss John Coleman admitted the break could be “beneficial” to his older players.

Last time Accrington did play, Sean McConville returned from a leg injury to play 90 minutes in the 1-0 victory over Cambridge.

Coleman’s side are just four points off League Two leaders Luton and have a game in hand on the Hatters.

Morecambe are likely to be without Max Muller.

The defender has only just returned to training after going to Germany for a family bereavement, and he admits it will likely take him a couple of weeks to get back up to speed.

The Shrimps’ game with Colchester at the weekend was also called off but that has at least given those with minor injuries extra time to return to full fitness.

Callum Lang (back), Aaron Wildig (ankle) and goalkeeper Barry Roche (calf) had all been struggling, but the trio were all in the squad against Wycombe last time out.




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