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No new injury concerns for Campbell as Silkmen look to escape bottom two

Macclesfield manager Sol Campbell could see his side move out of the League Two relegation zone (Richard Sellers/PA)
Macclesfield manager Sol Campbell could see his side move out of the League Two relegation zone (Richard Sellers/PA)

Sol Campbell has no fresh injury concerns as rock-bottom Macclesfield prepare for a crucial clash with Exeter in their fight to avoid relegation from Sky Bet League Two.

Striker Harry Smith could be pushing for a return to the starting line-up after coming off the bench in Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Morecambe.

Defender Jason Grimes has missed four games following a concussion while goalkeeper Rhys Taylor remains unavailable with a long-term hip injury.

The Silkmen are on a four-match unbeaten run and will move out of the bottom two if they can beat the play-off chasing Grecians.

Exeter boss Matt Taylor with be without suspended goalkeeper Christy Pym for the trip north.

Pym was sent off for a second yellow card in his side’s 1-1 draw at Cheltenham at the weekend and serves a one-match ban.

Jonathan Forte’s recent involvement has been limited by a knee problem and it remains to be seen if he will be involved at Moss Rose after sitting out Saturday’s game.

Luke Croll and Aaron Martin, meanwhile, are nearing a return from groin and back issues, respectively.

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