David Artell has revealed that Tom Lowery’s scan reading has been a positive one concerning his pelvic injury. The influential midfielder didn’t feature at Walsall on Saturday after having an injection in the problematic area to ease some inflammation.
Lowery is not expected to be out for long and Artell says the scan has shown nothing serious. Lowery has almost been an ever-present this season and he recently came off the bench against Leyton Orient to swing the possession back in our favour in our 2-0 home win.
The playmaker has also scored five goals this season.
Artell told crewealex.net: “Tom has had an injection in the area and he is expected to be fine.
“He has had a scan and it has come back really positive. There is no tear, no hernia, just a bit of inflammation. He will be okay once it settles down.
“We will see how he is and when he comes back he will have to hit the ground running again. I am sure the little break will do him good.
“We left Charlie Kirk out at Scunthorpe for that very reason and he has been terrific for us since coming back in the two games.
The boss added: “If we keep pushing, pushing, and pushing them then they ultimately fall of the cliff, so we have to be careful.”