Crewe Alex: Harry Davis a doubt for trip to Leyton Orient
FLU victim Harry Davis will be assessed today as Crewe prepare for a visit to in-form Leyton Orient.
Davis has been carrying a similar virus to one which kept keeper Alan Martin out of the team over Christmas and missed training earlier this week.
The Alex travel south to East London this afternoon and the centre-back is the only new conceern as manager Steve Davis draws up his plans.
Adam Dugdale is in line for a recall to the starting 11, while George Ray and Jon Guthrie are on standby to make the 18-man squad.
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Steve Davis said: "Harry has been an important player for us this season but he has been on antibiotics this week.
"We do have cover in the squad in that area so we'll see how it goes."
Loan midfielder Brad Inman is vying for a return to the team after being rested for last weekend's home match against Stevenage, which Crewe lost 2-1.
Ajay Leitch-Smith and Max Clayton are battling to get the nod up front after loanee Lauri Dalla Valle returned to parent club Fulham.
Orient are without former Port Vale midfielder Anthony Griffith, who was sent off in a 1-0 Johnstone's Paint Trophy win over Yeovil in mid-week.
Veteran striker Kevin Lisbie (hamstring) hobbled off in that game but could be fit enough to be involved against the Alex.
Lisbie's struggle with injury could hand a rare start to Michael Symes, who played on loan for Crewe from Everton back in 2004.