Colchester v Crewe - live!

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4:55pm

FULL-TIME #colu 1 Crewe 2 - U's beaten after Aneke and Hitchcock goals cancelled out Garbutt's first-half opener for U's

4:35pm

U's 1 Crewe 2 - Hitchcock (76)

4:32pm

U's 1 Crewe 1 - Aneke (73)

4:21pm

U's 1 Crewe 0 - looks like Sanchez Watt is coming on soon for the U's ...(63)

4:17pm

U's 1 Crewe 0 - ghastly mix-up between Okuonghae and Walker allowed Hitchcock to fire towards an empty net, only for Wilson to clear (60)

4:12pm

U's 1 Crewe 0 - Crewe still looking dangerous on the break here. Stating the obvious I know but the U's need another goal (54)

3:47pm

HALF-TIME U's 1 Crewe 0 - Garbutt's deflected free-kick just before the half hour enough to give the U's the advantage at the break

3:34pm

U's 1 Crewe 0 - goal came from a Garbutt free-kick which deflected off the Crewe goal before eluding Garratt and bouncing into the net (34)

3:30pm

U's 1 Crewe 0 - Garbutt (28)

3:27pm

U's 0 Crewe - Bean’s volley flashed just wide of the near post after Garbutt’s free-kick had caused problems for the Crewe defence (27)

3:25pm

U's 0 Crewe 0 - U's enjoying plenty of possession but are yet to really test keeper Ben Garratt. Crewe defending well so far (25)

3:17pm

U's 0 Crewe 0 - Tom Hitchcock sent a half-volley wide after Kelvin Mellor’s ball over the top had caught out the Colchester defence (16)

3:12pm

U's 0 Crewe 0 - some good, crisp passing from the U's so far but neither keeper has been tested as yet (11)

3:01pm

U's 0 Crewe 0 - we're off and under way here (1)

2:58pm

Teams are out in the winter sunshine - seconds away from kick-off here

2:16pm

Colchester side to play Crewe is Walker, Wilson, Okuonghae, Eastman, Garbutt, Wright, Bean, Eastmond, Vose, Turgott, Ibehre

2:15pm

Colchester name an unchanged side for their game against Crewe today at the Weston Homes Community Stadium today.

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5:00pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Bampotonian says...

What a missed opportunity - and this is why Colchester will continue to struggle, not putting teams to the sword when they should be out of sight. Who else could see this coming after Stevenage?
What a missed opportunity - and this is why Colchester will continue to struggle, not putting teams to the sword when they should be out of sight. Who else could see this coming after Stevenage? Bampotonian

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