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Port ValePort Vale
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Port ValePort Vale
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Doncaster RoversDoncaster Rovers
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Port ValePort Vale
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Port ValePort Vale
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BarnsleyBarnsley
Port ValePort Vale
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Peterborough UnitedPeterborough United
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Port ValePort Vale
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GillinghamGillingham
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Port ValePort Vale
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Sheffield UnitedSheffield United
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1
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Crawley TownCrawley Town
Port ValePort Vale
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2
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Coventry CityCoventry City
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GillinghamGillingham
Port ValePort Vale
2
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Port ValePort Vale
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RochdaleRochdale
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Mowbray set for first game

Coventry CityCoventry City
Port ValePort Vale
3:00 PM GMT
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Tony Mowbray vowed to give all his players a chance as he prepares to take charge of Coventry for the first time when Port Vale visit.

The new Sky Blues boss replaced Steven Pressley this week and watched their 1-0 defeat at Barnsley on Tuesday.

Reda Johnson, Jordan Willis and James Maddison remain out for Mowbray though.

Conor Thomas has returned to training but the midfielder will not be risked at the Ricoh on Saturday.

Vale manager Rob Page must decide whether to make any changes against his former...

Jones stunner sinks Vale

Port ValePort Vale
Oldham AthleticOldham Athletic
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Mike Jones scored a brilliant free-kick to end Oldham's run of three straight defeats with a hard-earned 1-0 victory at Port Vale.

Oldham should have taken a 13th-minute lead when Jonathan Forte blazed wide from Dominic Poleon's cross when it looked easier to score.

A goal looked unlikely before half-time until Vale defender Chris Robertson was penalised for a 42nd-minute push on Forte 25 yards out.

Jones stepped up to curl a stunning right-footed free-kick over the defensive wall and high inside Chris...

Vale clip Magpies' wings

Notts CountyNotts County
Port ValePort Vale
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Mark Marshall maintained Port Vale's hopes of gate-crashing the League One play-off race as his goal sealed a 1-0 win at a Notts County side in free fall.

The winger capitalised on an awful mix-up between the Magpies' two most experienced players as defender Mike Edwards and goalkeeper Roy Carroll collided in the seventh minute.

From there on in, Notts responded magnificently and through the brilliance of Paddy McCourt created several chances.

The best of which fell to Garry Thompson who was played...

Vale celebrate Donny double

Port ValePort Vale
Doncaster RoversDoncaster Rovers
3
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Port Vale secured a comfortable 3-0 victory to complete the double over Doncaster and end the visitors' three-game winning run.

Vale came flying out of the traps and Tom Pope squandered an early chance before he created the opening goal in the sixth minute.

Pope's cross-field pass caught the Doncaster defence napping and Mark Marshall beat the advancing Stephen Bywater from 14 yards.

It needed a terrific save from Bywater to deny Marshall a second before Frederic Veseli's first Vale goal increased their...

Pope unseats Saddlers

WalsallWalsall
Port ValePort Vale
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Tom Pope notched his first goal since returning after three months out with a knee injury to give Port Vale a 1-0 win over Walsall at the Banks's Stadium.

It was also Vale's first win in five games and revived their play-off hopes while seriously damaging the top-six aspirations of Walsall, who slipped to their first defeat in five matches.

The Saddlers were denied what looked a blatant penalty in the 23rd minute when Ryan Inniss, making his debut for the visitors on loan from Crystal Palace, appeared...