Cambridge vs Bury preview
Last Updated: 23/11/18 12:24pm
Defender Brad Halliday could be a doubt when Cambridge host Bury in League Two.
Halliday came off following a blow to his leg in last Saturday's 3-1 loss at Oldham, with Louis John replacing him. Midfielder Reggie Lambe is expected to be back in contention after being absent due to international duty with Bermuda. Forward Barry Corr is a long-term absentee with an ankle injury.
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Neil Danns is available for Bury after missing last week's win over Stevenage while on international duty. Midfielder Danns was due to return from Guyana on Thursday and will be assessed before kick-off.
On-loan Sheffield United forward Caolan Lavery has returned to training following a dislocated shoulder and could come into contention. The free-scoring Shakers have won all four November games in all competitions, with striker Jermaine Beckford (knee) the only long-term absentee.
Cambridge have failed to win any of their last seven Football League matches against Bury since a 1-0 victory in August 2002 (D1 L6).
Bury are unbeaten in their last four visits to the Abbey Stadium in the Football League since a 1-3 defeat back in October 2001 (W3 D1).
Cambridge have won each of their last two home league games by a 1-0 scoreline - the last time they won three consecutive home games without conceding came in April 2017.
Bury have lost just one of their last nine League Two games (W4 D4), winning each of their last two scoring four goals in both games - the last time Bury won three Football League games on the bounce scoring four or more goals in each of those matches came in August 1985 in the third tier of English Football.
Jabo Ibehre has been directly involved in three of Cambridge's last five home league goals (1 goal, 2 assists).