Lincoln City Vs Bury, Tue 23 Nov 2010

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Moses Swaibu comes back into the reckoning for Lincoln when Bury visit Sincil Bank.

Swaibu served a one-match suspension as the Imps pulled clear of the relegation zone with a 3-1 home victory over fellow strugglers Hereford.

Fellow defender Adam Watts has resumed training after an Achilles injury and could also come back into the squad along with midfielder Clark Keltie, who missed out on Saturday despite being available after a ban.

Luke Howell has returned to MK Dons for treatment after the on-loan midfielder suffered a badly-gashed ankle at Morecambe which required eight stitches and will keep him out for around a month.

Bury boss Alan Knill will check on the fitness of midfielder Steven Schumacher.

The former Everton trainee sustained a dead leg during Friday`s night`s 3-1 win at Burton and was replaced by Peter Sweeney at half-time.

Striker Andy Bishop remains sidelined with tendinitis and goalkeeper Cameron Belford is recovering from a broken cheekbone.

Knill has no other injury or suspension concerns as his men bid to build on the impressive win against the Brewers.

It was Bury's sixth away win of the season, in eight attempts, meaning they head to Sincil Bank in buoyant mood.

Knill said: "I thought we deserved to win the game 3-1 and I was delighted with the quality of our goals."

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