Peter Taylor and his troops look to continue recent good form at high flying Bury
Peter Taylor was finally rewarded by Omar Daley this weekend against Oxford and spoke to the official website this week ‘In the second half Omar scored two fantastic goals, but all the goals were good. I said to him at half time that he owed me a goal. I thought he should have scored in the first half, but then he scored two goals and that shut me right up! I’m pleased for Omar though because he is desperate to score goals for the team. He has shown today exactly what a threat he can be when he gets it right.’ He was also pleased with the way the team played and is happy with progress being made ‘We did have some good spells though later on and I thought in the second half we showed our quality and scored some fantastic goals. I’ve said all along to the players that we have some real talent in this squad and we are capable of scoring goals out of nothing’.
Bury Team News:
Damien Mozika is likely to be the only change from Burys win at Aldershot having picked up a slight knock in the challenge which saw the Shots Marvin Morgan sent off. The rest of the team should remain the same.
Player to watch: Nicky Ajose
Ajose has signed till the New Year and the Bury-born loanee has been the source of many goals this season.
Bradford City Team News:
There should be no changes to the City team this Tuesday, although Jason Price could come in to replace James Hanson should his appeal against his red card not be successful.
Player to watch: Tommy Doherty
Doherty has the ability to control the game from the middle of the park with his wide range of passing and his coolness on the ball.
Match Facts & Stats
Bradford City Wins: 21
Bury Wins: 21
Last Time Out
6th February 2010, League Two;
Bradford City 0 – 1 Bury
Referee: A Haines
Assistant Referee:P Bankes
Assistant Referee: S A Oldham
Fourth Official: M Salisbury
City are next in action on Saturday 6th November as they travel to Essex to take on Colchester United in the FA Cup First Round.