Preview of tomorrow's game against Cambridge United...
Cambridge United v Bury
@ The Abbey Stadium
As it stands going into tomorrow's game at the Abbey Stadium, Bury remain in the top play-off spot in the Sky Bet League 2 table, 7 points behind Wycombe Wanderers who currently occupy 3rd spot. After a poor run of form, tomorrow's opponents Cambridge United are fighting to stay adrift of the league's relegation battle.
The squad are eager to get back into action after a lengthy break, after Saturday's game against Southend United was abandoned due to torrential rainfall prior to and during the game.
The Shakers remain without Joe Riley who is currently serving a three-match suspension following his red card against Northampton Town.
Greg Taylor could be back in contention for Cambridge, after missing out on the last three-matches with a knee injury. Richard Tait, who has also been suffering with a knee problem is still being assessed, while Luke Chadwick and Rory Gaffney have both undergone operations. Nathaniel Mendez-Laing and Dominic Ball should all be back in the squad.
Match Day Ticket Prices
Prices are as follows:
Over 62 £15.00
Students £15.00 Proof must be shown
16 & Under £11.00
Ambulant Disabled £15.00 Carer Free
Wheelchair Disabled £15.00 To contact Cambridge to purchase – 01223 566500
Match Day Coverage
Tune into Shakers Player for LIVE full-match commentary from Michael Henson and Maurice Dickson from 2.55pm.
There will also be live coverage of the game over on the Club's official Twitter account @buryfcofficial and regular updates on the Club's official Facebook page.
Head to Head
Bury v Cambridge United (1993 - 2014)
Games won: 11
Games drawn: 6
Games lost: 9
Saturday 1st November 2014, JD Stadium, Bury 2 – Cambridge-United 0