Macclesfield are counting the cost of today's game at Stockport, with three players likely to be out for several months.
The league's bottom club saw Simon Wiles withdrawn with serious knee ligament damage in the first half, then had both goalkeeper Jonny Brain (Compound leg fracture) and Andrew Teague (broken leg) injured in the build up to the Stockport equaliser. All three are likely to miss several months with Wiles, on loan from Blackpool, expected to miss the remainder of the season.
With Brain injured, Macclesfield are now likely to apply to the League for an emergency loan keeper.
In other news, Rushden have persuaded ex-Grimsby defender Curtis Woodhouse back to football on non-contract terms. The 26 year old quit in the summer to pursue a Boxing career winning his only fight, a four round points decision, at the end of September.