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Match Preview: Bury vs Fleetwood Town

13 November 2018

The Shakers face Fleetwood Town in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday evening, knowing that avoiding defeat will be enough to secure their passage to the knockout stages of the competition.

A brace from Dominic Telford last time out against Leicester City U21's was enough to secure all three points for ten-man Bury, following Callum McFadzean's 15th minute dismissal.

That result saw Ryan Lowe's side move to third in the table, just one point behind Leicester but with a better goal difference and with a game in hand. Should Bury draw tonight's game, then they would progress on goal difference at the expense of the Foxes – regardless of the result of the penalty shoot-out that would then follow.

Speaking after the 5-0 win over Dover Athletic in the FA Cup, Lowe's attention was immediately turned to Tuesday's game: "We've just said to the lads in there, get your preparations right tonight and tomorrow, and come in expecting to play when we name the team on Monday.

"We want to win every game, we know it's going to be tough along the way. For us, Dover's gone, the FA Cup's gone and we move onto the Checkatrade and we want to win as many games as we possibly can."

 

Fleetwood Town's View

Click here to view the Fleetwood Town website.

 

Match Coverage

Domestic iFollow subscribers can watch Tuesday's game live. A matchday pass costs just £10 and can be purchased by visiting iFollow here.

Existing domestic iFollow subscribers can listen to the game as part of their package, or can follow the same steps as above to watch the game.

Overseas subscribers can watch the match live by logging into their account.
We will also have updates over on our Twitter account: @buryfcofficial. There will be post-match reaction on the website, iFollow and our official YouTube channel, with highlights to follow.

 

Referee

Tuesday's referee is Anthony Backhouse. Anthony has taken charge of 16 games so far this season, issuing 39 yellow cards and 2 red ones.

His last game in charge was on Sunday as hosts Port Vale were knocked out of the FA Cup by Sunderland.

Anthony has officiated Bury once already this season, our 4-0 home win over Grimsby in September.


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