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Bury Vs Aldershot Town, Sat 15 Jan 2011

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Bury boss Alan Knill will have striker Ryan Lowe available for the visit of Aldershot.

Lowe has been nursing a dead leg but has been passed fit to to play against the Shots.

However, his strike partner Andy Bishop is still a couple of weeks away from a return to the starting line-up after complications in his recovery from tendonitis.

Winger David Worrall was hit by swine flu over the Christmas period and only returned to training at the end of last week.

He made a 10-minute substitute appearance during last weekend's 1-0 defeat against Accrington, before admitting he is still a long way from peak fitness.

The Shakers have not won in five matches and put in a dismal display at Accrington.

New Aldershot boss Dean Holdsworth has no fresh injury concerns as he prepares for his first game as a Football League manager.

Holdsworth has arrived from Newport County and will look for an improvement in performance to halt the club`s slide down the League Two table.

On-loan Watford forward Liam Henderson made his debut in the 2-1 home defeat by Oxford last weekend and will hope to keep his place alongside Wade Small.

Defender Aaron Morris will also be confident of winning a recall to the starting line-up after being signed on loan by Holdsworth at Newport.

Striker Damian Spencer (knee ligament damage) and midfielder John Halls (groin) remain long-term absentees.

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