• FT

    Crawley Town

    2

    Newport

    3

  • FT-PENS

    L Orient

    0 (4)

    Coventry

    0 (2)

  • FT

    Peterborough

    2

    Brentford

    1

  • FT

    Port Vale

    0

    Rochdale

    1

  • FT

    Fleetwood To

    4

    Crewe

    0

  • FT

    Mansfield

    0

    Chesterfield

    1

  • FT-PENS

    Morecambe

    0 (3)

    Carlisle

    0 (4)

  • FT

    Oxford Utd

    1

    Portsmouth

    2

  • FT

    Preston

    0

    Oldham

    2

  • FT

    Sheff Utd

    0

    Hartlepool

    1

  • FT

    Southend

    2

    Dag & Red

    5

  • FT

    Stevenage

    2

    MK Dons

    1

  • FT

    Swindon

    2

    Plymouth

    1

  • FT-PENS

    Wolves

    0 (1)

    Notts County

    0 (3)

  • FT

    Wycombe

    2

    Bristol City

    1

  • FT

    York

    0

    Rotherham

    3

JOHNSTONE'S PAINT TROPHY

Highbury Stadium

Referee: E Ilderton | Attendance: 1928

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Fleetwood Town

  • David Ball 40'
  • Jon Parkin 44'
  • Nathan Pond 47'
  • Matty Blair 90'

4 - 0

FT

Brown hopes for green light

Junior Brown will be hoping for a start after fully recovering from injury when high-flying Fleetwood entertain Crewe in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy second round.

The 24-year-old midfielder came off the bench for a 15-minute cameo at the weekend after shaking off an Achilles injury and Cod Army boss Graham Alexander may use the tie to offer him more match time.

Jamile Matt and Matty Blair were both recalled for Saturday's win at Bristol Rovers, but Gareth Evans and Jon Parkin could be given an opportunity should Alexander decide to shuffle his pack.

Tuesday's clash will be the first time the two sides have met in any competition and Fleetwood will be hoping to see off their Sky Bet League One opponents and make it six wins in seven.

Crewe will be looking to halt a run of five games without a win.

Steve Davis will have no fresh injury concerns for the clash with Matias Pogba the only long-term absentee as he continues his recovery from knee surgery.

The Alex boss has hinted at a change in system as well as in personnel which could provide opportunities for fringe players such as Ryan Colclough, Chuks Aneke and Lee Molyneaux.

Crewe's only clean sheet of the season came last time out in the Trophy with a 1-0 win over Accrington - their last victory in all competitions - and Davis is hopeful the clash can provide his team with the impetus to push on in the league.

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