NO NEW CONCERNS FOR BEES
Brentford have no new injury worries.
Winger Myles Weston is still struggling with an ankle problem, on-loan midfielder Adam Forshaw is back at Everton recovering from a broken jaw and skipper Kevin O'Connor remains a long-term absentee due to a foot injury.
But the Bees suffered no new knocks as they made it four straight wins by beating Oldham 2-0 on Tuesday night.
Boss Uwe Rosler will not be able to call on Saido Berahino, however, after the teenage loan striker returned to parent club West Brom for 'personal reasons' earlier this week.
Brentford's fine recent run has moved them to within five points of the play-offs with six games remaining.
Bury boss Richie Barker is sweating over the fitness of David Worrall and Efe Sodje.
Worrall was substituted just before the hour against Tranmere last weekend with a calf injury and, if the winger fails a late fitness test, West Brom loanee Latif Elford-Alliyu could start having impressed as his replacement.
Shortly after Worrall's departure, veteran centre-back Sodje opened the scoring to set the Shakers on their way to a 2-0 win, but he departed with a tweaked hamstring and will be assessed before kick-off at Griffin Park.
Barker faces a dilemma between the posts with Richie Branagan and Jonathan Bond battling it out to replace Trevor Carson, who returned to parent club Sunderland when his loan spell expired after the Tranmere match.
Lenell John-Lewis is back in full training having spent recent weeks on the sidelines with a thigh injury and offers a boost to Bury's attacking options.
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