Port Vale injury news on David Amoo, Tom Conlon and Callum Evans
Sept. 16, 2019
Port Vale suffered three injuries in their 1-0 win at home to Plymouth
Port Vale boss John Askey has confirmed David Amoo and Callum Evans suffered hamstring injuries in this afternoon's 1-0 home win over Plymouth.
Meanwhile, Tom Conlon was forced off with a knee problem.
So, Amoo and Evans will miss Tuesday's game at Exeter and could potentially be on the sidelines for weeks. However, Askey is hopeful Conlon could be in action sooner.
All three were forced off inside the first 35 minutes of the game, but the Vale reshuffled and recovered to win thanks to Nathan Smith's header 14 minutes from time.
That lifts Vale four places to tenth and was an impressive response to their 1-0 defeat at Newport County last weekend.
They now face a tough game at an Exeter side who remain top of the table after a 2-2 draw at home to Leyton Orient this afternoon.
But Askey's side will take huge encouragement from their performance against a Plymouth side who were the pre-season title favourites but are now a place below the Vale.
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