Date: 6th March 2006 at 8:47pm
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County are looking to bounce back from two straight defeats in tomorrow’s relegation six pointer against Bury.

After the 2-0 loss to Peterborough on Saturday, County have no fresh injury worries, however Everton loanee Mark Hughes may miss out with his back problem.

Tes Bramble, Mickael Wolski, Michael Raynes and Ross Greenwood will all feature in the squad, with Wolski returning from suspension.

With more rain expected, and the appalling state of the Bury pitch, County fans are asked to check the match is on before travelling to Gigg Lane tomorrow.

Jim Gannon is expecting more from his County team tomorrow and admitted that a few of the County players could play more for the team cause than themselves.

‘I felt certain players were playing well within themselves and when we have other options on the bench I will use them,’ he said.

‘We battled well and gave our all, but it is clear we lack a bit of class. Peterborough have some very good players in attack and I wouldn’t mind a few of them in my team.’

‘In the end that bit of quality shone through,’ said Gannon. ‘Unfortunately it belonged to Peterborough rather than ourselves.’

County fans are also starring in a TV Documentary tomorrow, when camera’s from ITV will come to film the County fans singing the County anthem for a Football Documentary.

Last 6
County ? LLDWWL

Match Odds
County ? 11/5
Draw ? 2/1
Bury ? 11/10

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

Games Since
County Win – 3
Bury Win – 1
County Draw – 2
Bury Draw – 0
County Loss – 0
Bury Loss – 5

League Two Position
19th Bury ? Points 37
22nd County ? Points 34