Port Vale – AFC Wimbledon 1 @ 1,75
Quality on home side, home fiels..True, both are not in form but must adddmit Port Vale had strong opponents. Maybe because of form odds little raise, i dont see other reason. Vale is fighting for title and promotion, they have more than double points more than AFC, solid at home, have best league attack (Wimbledon is second worst defence) and now when is Myrie-Williams (mf 21/5) back – squad is full. On the other side AFc miss reevers (mf 5/0), Prior and Moore (mf 12/3) for some time and now is Fenlon (df 14/1) suspended. Two more players are injured, Strutton (10/0) and topscorer Harrison (att 19/7) and seems they will not be readdy.
Midfielder Steven Gregory (15/0) has gone back to Bournemouth after his three-month loan spell expired following last week’s defeat by Rotherham, and full-back Jim Fenlon is suspended for collecting five yellow cards.But Ardley could add Brendan Kiernan and Rashid Yussuff to his squad after lengthy spells out.
Forward Kiernan (mf 3/) has not played since September due to an ankle injury and midfielder Yussuff mf 13/2has been out for a month with a hip infection, but both came through a reserve game in midweek to prove their fitness.
On-loan West Ham striker Paul McCallum (att 1/0) also returns after completing a three-match ban.
Inter’s Injury List Worries Stramaccioni
In an interview with Mediaset, Stramaccioni said: “It will be an important match but unfortunately, we’re not in great shape.
“We lost Yuto Nagatomo and Luca Castellazzi in the Coppa Italia game against Verona, and there are a few other injuries.
“Should Fredy Guarin’s suspension be upheld then we’d be a bit short in midfield too seeing that Esteban Cambiasso isn’t fit either.”
Inter currently sit in second place in Seria A, seven points away from league leaders Juventus.
Since beating Juventus at the beginning of November, Inter have only won three times in Serie A.
Inter will be looking for a win on Saturday night, which will see them end the year in second place.