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Nicky Adams looks ahead to Easter weekend

2 April 2015

Ahead of this weekend’s busy schedule against Cambridge United and Morecambe, midfielder Nicky Adams spoke about what he expects from the two games.

Bury firstly face Cambridge United at Abbey Stadium in a 3pm kick-off tomorrow and Monday’s 3pm kick-off at the JD Stadium against Morecambe.

He looked back at the two very differing games earlier in the season against Morecambe, as well as the confident home win against tomorrow’s opponents Cambridge.

Speaking yesterday afternoon, Nicky said: “There aren’t any easy games in this league, both games will be tough. We played Cambridge at the JD Stadium earlier in the season when they were on a really good run.

“We were expecting a really hard game beforehand, but we turned up on the Saturday and played really well, winning the game convincingly. It is a tough place to go, so it will be a hard game.

“We’ve had two contrasting games against Morecambe this season so far. In the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy we beat them 3-1, and it could have been any score at half time we missed that many chances.

“The next match we went up to their place and they beat us 1-0, on a whole we didn’t play well on the day, but we probably still had enough chances to get a result out of it.”

Nicky believes that with the momentum they have gained over the past few months while on a brilliant run of six wins in the past seven games, will give them an advantage.

However, he knows that both sides will make it tough for the Shakers to carry on their promotion push.

He explained: “Whoever we play at Home will know they are in for a difficult time, because everyone knows we are a strong side.

“Especially with the momentum we’ve got over the last seven or eight games, but both games will be tough games.

“We know what we want. We need to get three points from both of those games to give us the best chance in the league.”

Watch the full interview on the Bury FC Network here.

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