David Artell delighted as his change of formation reaps rewards for Crewe

Crewe Alexandra v Peterborough United – Sky Bet League One – The Alexandra Stadium
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Dave Artell was delighted his decision to abandon his traditional attacking formation paid off as Crewe got back to winning ways.

The Railwaymen switched to 4-4-2 after two away defeats, bringing in veteran Chris Porter to share the burden up top with Mikael Mandron, the latter having extended his deal with the Railwaymen until 2022 ahead of the game.

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