Crewe Alexandra: Davis promises to keep team fresh
STEVE Davis has hinted he will change a winning team as Crewe prepare for the long trip to Hartlepool tomorrow evening.
The Alex beat Coventry City 2-1 on Saturday, when Chuks Aneke and Ajay Leitch-Smith had been rested and Harry Davis and Byron Moore called to start.
The line-up will be juggled again at Victoria Park as manager Davis deals with a build up of fixtures across February and March.
Full-back Matt Tootle (toe) comes back into the fold after returning to training late last week.
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Davis said: "It is about players' recovery more than anything when the games come this fast. There isn't much time to work on anything than preparation for the next game.
"I've got a lot of options and I'm looking at perhaps a couple of changes. I can move it around when I need to which is a great for me.
"I will freshen up the team at Hartlepool and then again on Saturday (at home against Portsmouth).
"They all want to play but I've got to do what's right for the team and the players."
Tootle, Max Clayton, Ollie Turton, Mike West, Alan Martin, George Ray and Nathan Ellington will all feature in a strong Crewe under-21s team at Wigan this afternoon.