Macclesfield Town Vs Burton Albion, Tue 13 Apr 2010

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Injury-ravaged Macclesfield will again be without several first team players when they host Burton Albion on Tuesday.

Defender Shaun Brisley has been ruled out following a groin strain sustained in last weekend's win at Barnet.

Silkmen duo Lee Bell (dead leg) and Ben Wright (knee) are both major doubts but could still feature.

Midfielder Colin Daniel is recovering well from a hamstring injury but will not be in contention until the weekend at the earliest.

Defensive duo Carl Tremarco and Ross Draper are still on the sidelines along with Paul Bolland.

Reneil Sappleton hopes to feature again before the end of the season, he may return in two weeks. However, long term absentee Hamza Bencherif is likely to miss the remainder of the season as he recovers from a broken ankle.

Burton have no new problems and boss Paul Peschisolido will pick from an unchanged squad.

Recent signing Shaun Kelly will hope to come back into the reckoning after the former Chester defender was left out of the matchday 18 for the 1-1 home draw with Bradford.

Michael Simpson returned to the squad on Saturday after the midfielder was given the all-clear following a facial injury sustained against Darlington over Easter.

He will be hoping for a recall to the starting line-up along with the likes of defender Aaron Webster, midfielders Keith Gilroy, Jimmy Phillips and Romuald Boco, and striker Steve Kabba.

The game will see Albion make their first-ever trip to Moss Rose.

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