Bury will be without star striker Andy Bishop tomorrow for the visit of the Bulls.
The in-demand striker hasn't played since September and is still two weeks away from resuming training after injury. In his place former Chester man Ryan Lowe has flourished, scoring ten times in 22 League games this term including two at Edgar Street when the Bulls lost the return fixture 3-1. Veteran Andy Morrell has also weighed in with five goals in eleven games since recovering from injury in November.
On loan Leeds striker Tom Elliott is also expected to miss the game after breaking down in training while attempting a comeback from a two month lay-off, while both Damien Allen and Ryan Cresswell are back in training and may feature.
Boss Alan Knill was disappointed with their performance despite winning 2-1 against Bradford on Tuesday, but he praised his side's ability to grind out the win and challenged his side to kick on:
"There are 21 games left and we are there to be shot at — but we are the ones in control. If we do well in those remaining matches it is going to be a great season. It is all about what we do now."