Stockport County Vs Accrington Stanley, Tue 28 Sep 2010

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Stockport boss Paul Simpson is likely to name an unchanged side for the match against Accrington.

The County manager has named the same starting XI for the last two games and looks likely to go with the same players again following Saturday's hard-fought 2-2 draw with Aldershot.

Barry Conlon could force his way into the reckoning but he faces a race against time to make the match as he continues to recover from ankle and knee problems.

Defender Robbie Williams will be pushing for a starting place after coming on for the last 30 minutes in the match against the Shots.

County are on a good run of form and are unbeaten in four matches however they have yet to record their first home win of the season.

Accrington manager John Coleman may ring the changes after his side's 2-0 defeat to league leaders Port Vale at the weekend.

Chris Turner may be recalled in midfield for the trip to Edgeley Park after coming on as a substitute against Vale and Leam Richardson could feature in defence for Stanley.

Striker Craig Lindfield is back in the squad after a substitute appearance on Saturday and is pushing for a start up front after overcoming his knee injury, but Alan Burton is still sidelined.

Jimmy Bell and Terry Gornell are once again needed to create and score Stanley's goals if they are to continue their unbeaten run at the Crown Ground this season.

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