Bury vs Woking - Beckford set to miss Bury's FA Cup replay with Woking

Posted Monday, November 13, 2017 by PA

Managerless Bury are set to be without Jermaine Beckford again for Tuesday's FA Cup first-round replay against Woking.

The striker has missed the last three games after sustaining a thigh problem in the 1-0 loss to Doncaster on October 28 - the Shakers' last outing before boss Lee Clark left the club and Ryan Lowe was put in caretaker charge.

Joe Murphy (knee) has also been sidelined and is a doubt for this match, while it remains to be seen if there is involvement for Danny Mayor, who is being carefully managed after recently making his return from a pelvis injury.

Craig Jones (groin) and Stephen Dawson (knee) have been stepping up their recoveries, but it is expected they will not feature on Tuesday.

Woking will have midfielder Kane Ferdinand available for the contest at Gigg Lane.

Ferdinand was forced to miss the original tie as he was serving out a three-match suspension, but came back into the team for Saturday's Vanarama National League goalless draw against Halifax so could retain his place.

Cardinals boss Anthony Limbrick may also hand teenager Declan Appau another chance to impress in midfield, after the 18-year-old was given the nod ahead of Joe Ward at the weekend.

Defender Josh Staunton continues his rehabilitation, along with midfielders Charlie Carter and Bobson Bawling.

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