Arnison boost for Silkmen trip

Darlington defender Paul Arnison will return to the squad for the League Two clash at Macclesfield after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Last Updated: 30/04/10 at 15:19

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Arnison could be included in the starting line-up with manager Simon Davey expected to make further changes following his side's latest defeat in midweek against Notts County.

Davey could be further boosted by the return to fitness of defender Ian Miller, who has missed the last three games due to a hernia problem, while striker Chris Moore has shaken off a stomach strain and hopes to feature in the Quakers' last away match.

But in-form striker Tadgh Purcell (ankle) is still doubtful and Darlington are already without Curtis Main (ankle ligaments) and Gareth Waite (knee), who were recently ruled out for the rest of the season.

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