Team news: No fresh injury worries

Not ready: Hunt is expected to feature in the next couple of weeks.
Notts County have no fresh worries ahead of tomorrow's game, but still have a few casualties.

Michael Johnson looks set to miss out again with an injury to his toes, meaning that John Thomson and Michael Edwards will remain the pairing in the centre of defence.

Stephen Hunt, despite returning to full training, will not be able to push them for a start just yet, as he is expected to take part in a number of 'behind closed doors' matches before stepping up his comeback.

There was no reaction to Jason Beardsley's thigh problem following Tuesday's loss to Rochdale so he will remain at right-back.

The only expected change is expected to be on the bench, where Sean Canham will come in at the expense of either Spencer Weir-Daley or Ben Fairclough subsequent to his recovery from the flu.

Adam Tann (knee) and Gavin Strachan (hamstring) are still sidelined.


Hurst: The ex-Notts man scored against Notts last season.
Bury have a full squad to choose from, with not a single suspension or injury in sight.

Following four losses in their last five games, there looks set to be changes from the side that lost to Bradford on Tuesday.

Defender, Ryan Cresswell put in a solid performance against the Bantams and is hoping to keep Ben Futcher out of the team.

Former Notts striker, Glynn Hurst may feature heavily - despite being used as a substitute for much of the campaign - considering his history with County.