November 30, 2013
No new worries for Grecians
Team Stat Comparison
|Goals for *||0.8||1.3|
|Goals against *||1.3||1.4|
|Last 5 home||L-L-D-D-D||D-D-W-D-W|
|Last 5 away||L-W-D-L-L||L-W-W-D-L|
|* Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club|
|Stats: Exeter City | Bury|
|3/8||H: Dagenham & Redbridge||3/11||H: Fleetwood Town|
|3/11||H: Northampton Town||3/15||A: Southend United|
|3/16||A: Newport County||3/18||A: Torquay United|
|3/22||H: Fleetwood Town||3/22||H: Dagenham & Redbridge|
|3/25||A: Plymouth Argyle||3/25||A: Newport County|
Exeter have no fresh injury worries as they look to get back to winning ways against Bury.
The Shakers, managed by former Grecian Ronnie Jepson and with ex-City striker Daniel Nardiello in their line-up, head to Devon looking to extend Exeter's winless run to eight games.
Manager Paul Tisdale recalled midfielder Matt Grimes to his side for the 1-1 draw at Wycombe in midweek and the youngster looks set to keep his place while the City boss looks certain to start Alan Gow once more after two goals in four days.
The likes of Tom Nichols, Arron Davies and Sam Parkin will all hope to get the nod should Tisdale shuffle his pack.
Bury caretaker boss Jepson could hand a debut to defender Scott Harrison.
The on-loan Sunderland youngster is in contention to play some part following his move to the JD Stadium on Thursday.
Captain Andy Procter returns after serving a one-match ban for picking up five bookings this campaign, while Robert Lainton (shoulder) is likely to start on the bench once again following his recovery from injury.
Forward John Rooney is unavailable after he joined Skrill Premier side Chester on a one-month loan deal in midweek.