Bury manager Ryan Lowe is likely to make changes for the visit of MK Dons.
There were four alterations for the midweek Checkatrade Trophy win over Accrington and Lowe is likely to bring back some of his first-choices.
It means the likes of Will Aimson, Nick Adams, Neil Danns and Nicky Maynard will all be restored. However, striker Dom Telford scored twice on Tuesday to boost his chances of retaining his place.
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MK Dons midfielder Ryan Harley has made his first competitive appearance since an ankle injury ruled him out in the second game of the season, between these two sides. The midfielder played 45 minutes for the under-23s as he steps up his comeback.
Midfielder Aidan Nesbitt and goalkeeper Wieger Sietsma have both departed in the last week. Dons have ended their interest in Coventry defender Chris Camwell, who has been training with the club recently, while Paul Tisdale has approached Cardiff about having Rhys Healey back for another loan spell after nine goals in 21 appearances before his return to Wales.
Bury have won just one of their last 10 Football League games against MK Dons (D3 L6), a 3-1 victory in September 2016, losing each of their last three league games against them.
MK Dons are unbeaten in their six Football League trips to Bury (W4 D2), keeping four clean sheets and conceding just two goals in total in the process.
Bury are looking to win three straight league matches for the second time this season, also doing so back in September.
After losing just one of their opening nine league games away from home this season (W4 D4), MK Dons have suffered defeat in two of their last three such games (D1).
MK Dons' Chuks Aneke is scoring once every 118 minutes on average in league games this season (11 goals), a better rate than any other player in the division with at least five goals.
It is third versus second in Sky Bet League Two! Bury may be in a bit of a false position because they have played more games than a lot of the teams below them, but they are still right in the mix.
MK Dons won their last game 6-0 so they will be feeling good, but Bury are top of the home form table in the division. It's a difficult one to call but I am going to back the Shakers.
David Prutton predicts: 2-0 (11/1 with Sky Bet)