Date:Saturday February 11 2006
Crewe travel to Molineux hoping to end a terrible run of form, The task in hand looks a difficult one as they look to secure only their 2nd away win of the season and try to pull back some of the 11pts that we are currently adrift at the bottom of the championship.
Wolves are also looking to put a bad run of matches behind them and pick up 3pts to try and get back in the hunt for a play off place. Since back to back home wins in the League and Cup in early January, Wolves have failed to win.
Gareth Taylor (head injury), David Vaughan (Back) and Kenny Lunt (Suspended) miss the trip to Molineux. Gareth Taylor’s place is likely to go to Michael Higdon. Tony Grant is in line to make his debut in place of the suspended Kenny Lunt. A good reserve game performance from Rob Lloyd sees him included in the 16 to travel to Wolves for the first time in his career.
Carl Cort should be fit to start up front despite being taken off at Leicester with an injury. Mark Davies also returns to squad after overcoming an ankle injury. Seyi Olofinjana has returned from African nation’s duty with Nigeria but he has returned with a back injury and will miss the clash against Crewe.
Wolves ran out 4-0 winners at Gresty Road earlier this season. It was a game which Wolves ran out comfortable winners but Crewe endured some terrible luck and everything that Wolves hit seem to hit the back of the net. Two goals each from Carl Court and Kenny Miller secured the points for the Wolves.
Crewe 0-4 Wolves
Crewe 1-4 Wolves
Wolves 1-1 Crewe
Crewe 1-4 Wolves
Wolves 0-1 Crewe
Wolves 0-0 Crewe
Crewe 2-0 Wolves
Wolves 2-0 Crewe
Crewe 1-0 Wolves
Wolves 3-0 Crewe
Crewe 0-0 Wolves
Travel & Match Details
This match is all ticket and tickets are on sale from the club shop priced at £23 for adults and £13 for Under 17’s and OAP’s
The 44 mile journey should take just over an hour.
Official Coach Travel
Coach departs at 12 noon and is £8 members, £9 non members. Contact the club for further information.
John Ford Coaches
For information regarding this please email Matt Owen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wolverhampton is on the main line from Crewe to Birmingham and there are many trains for you to choose from.
The ground is walk-able from the train station in the centre of city (15 minutes). Leave the station and proceed straight on towards the town centre and as you reach the inner ring road turn right. Just follow the ring road as it continues in a circular pattern around to the left. Eventually you will see the Molineux on the right.
By: Matt Owen
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