Macclesfield Town face a tough test today at the home of high flyers Bury, as Sol Campbell’s Silkmen they look to turn draws into victories.
It’s the second consecutive away day for Macc, who drew 1-1 at Crawley last week. Prior to that result, home fixtures against had both resulted in a solitary point.
The unbeaten run has its positives, Scott Wilson is showing promising form in front of goal and could hit double figures in the division today.
However, Campbell and his players want more than draws. Here’s what the Manager had to say ahead of this fixture…
Bury have hit formidable form recently – an unbeaten run since end of December, in which the Shakers dropped just six points, has seen them shoot to second in the table.
However, Ryan Lowe’s side tasted defeat on Tuesday night after Portsmouth convincingly knocked Bury out of the Checkatrade Trophy with a place in the Wembley final at stake.
With that result included, Bury have only won once in their last four matches at Gigg Lane, giving the Silkmen optimism as they head into this match with the underdog tag.
We are set to be buoyed by a large and passionate away frollowing this afternoon and we need each and everyone of you to help create a cauldron of noise for the lads today.
You're support will play a crucial factor in proceedings today. We will fight this battle together - this means everything.
Admission prices are as follows -
65+, U23, Disabled £14.00 (carer free of charge)
Family Tickets are available to purchase on the day, these are £20 for one adult and one under 16 with additional children charged at £5.00.