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10 February 2014

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Hatters hopeful Moss Rose clash goes ahead

Manager John Still says the Town are dying to play football following Saturday's postponement of the Tamworth game.

The Hatters haven't played since the 3-0 win over Nuneaton Town on 25th January and will attempt to take on Macclesfield at Moss Rose on Tuesday night - subject to the weather.

"We're dying to play, wanting to play and hoping to play, and that's all we can do," said the boss at his Monday press conference. "We'll travel to Macclesfield and prepare like we normally would."

Still could include midfielders Alex Lawless and Pelly Ruddock in the squad for the trip to the North West but illness rules out on-loan Crystal Palace defender Ryan Inniss. The match was set to be the centre-half's final game in his loan spell. Still admitted he is weighing up options whether to extend the deal with Fraser Franks, Alex Lacey and Anthony Charles set to compete for a place in central defence.

The manager, on the subject of loans, also confirmed his interest in keeping midfielder Cameron McGeehan on loan for the rest of the season. "He's only played one game for us," said Still. "We'd like to have him for the rest of the season as we seem him as a replacement for Jonathan Smith. We're hopeful we can do something to keep him with us."

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