Date: 31st March 2006 at 5:34pm
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County are looking to notch up a fourth straight win on Saturday when Bury come to Edgeley Park.

With last weekends game at Torquay postponed, County have gone a week without a game and it has give County boss Jim Gannon an extra chance to rest his players.

Speaking to the Stockport Express Jim Gannon said: ?It?s a good looking derby game on Saturday so it will be tough, but the squad have been buoyed by new signings recently and everyone is working hard.

?There?s a great culture among the boys, they?ve really been responding of late and there?s a great tempo in training.

?Thankfully I?ve not got a lot of options in a lot of areas, all round the squad is looking healthy at the moment.

?There?s a good buzz both inside and outside the club, but the players in particular are being very competitive right now and that?s good news for me.?

Gannon will have a full squad available tomorrow, but the same can?t be said for Bury boss Chris Casper as he can only pick 5 of his 6 loan players. Dwayne Mattis will miss out aswell with an injury.

Tomorrow also sparks the return to Edgeley Park for Jon Daly, who was at EP for 7 years.

Saturday?s referee is Jonathon Moss. J Moss has refereed County once before this season, which was in the 4-2 victory over Northampton at Edgeley Park. Moss has handed out 101 yellow cards and 8 red cards in 27 games this season.

Last 6
County ? WWWLLD

Match Odds
County ? 19/20
Draw ? 2/1
Bury ? 13/5

Top Scorers
County ? Adam Le Fondre (8), Liam Dickinson (6), Matty Hamshaw, Keith Briggs, Tes Bramble (5)
Bury ? Simon Whaley (7), Thomas Kennedy, Danny Reet, Dwayne Mattis (4)

Games Since
County win ? 0
Bury win – 0
County draw ? 5
Bury draw ? 1
County loss ? 3
Bury loss ? 2

League Two Position
19th Stockport ? Points 43
20th Bury ? Points 42


One Reply to “County V Bury – Match Preview”

  • I reckon we’ll take a win today. It’s chucking it down mind so it could be in doubt??

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