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MATCHDAY: Scunthorpe United 2 Bury 2
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- Scunthorpe United 2 (Madden 62, Hayes pen 76)
- Bury 2 (Soares 69, Rose 90+5)
Scunthorpe United 2 Bury 2
90+5 – GOAL – Scunthorpe 2 BURY 2 – Danny Rose bends home his second goal for the club deep into injury time.
90+1 – SUB - Burton on for Adelakun.
82 – Slocombe tips a Procter shot around the post.
80 – SUB – Procter on for Soares.
79 – Madden drags a shot wide of the far post.
76 – GOAL – Scunthorpe 2 Bury 1 – Brian Jensen dives to his right to save Paul Hayes’ first effort but the Iron substitute tucks away the rebound.
75 – Penalty to Scunthorpe – Mayor trips Hawkridge as he runs to the byline.
72 – Excellent stop from Jensen with his feet denies blocks a Hawkridge shot from inside the box.
71 – SUB – Hayes on for Winnall, Collins on for Sparrow
69 – GOAL – Scunthorpe 1 Bury 1 – Tom Soares heads home his third goal in as many games from an Andrew Tutte free kick.
68 – YELLOW - Nolan
66 - SUB - Platt on for Hussey.
62 - GOAL - SCUNTHORPE 1 Bury 0 - Paddy Madden pokes home the opener after getting on the end of a Hakeeb Adelakun shot to turn it past a stranded Brian Jensen.
60 - Referee Andy Haines waves away penalty claims after McNulty slides in to a challenge on Winnall and the ball deflects off his hand.
54 - Tutte just failed to get on the end of a Soares through ball.
52 - SUB - Rose on for Nardiello.
Attendance: 4,162 (443 visiting)
Scunthorpe United 0 Bury 0
One minute of added time
38 - Hope rattles the crossbar with a left-footed strike from just inside the box.
37 - Mayor checked both ways before cutting inside to curl a shot a couple of yards over the bar.
25 - Soares puts a header over, just failing to get above Hussey's out-swinging free kick.
21 - Winnall fires over from 10 yards after running on to Madden's low centre following a good run by Hawkridge down the right.
15 - Sparrow puts a header just over from six yards after getting on the of as Syers volley drilled into the floor from the edge of the box.
9 - Jensen does well to smother an Adelakun cross from the left.
8 - Nardiello drags a shot across goal with options either side of him after being put clear by Tom Soares following a Scunthorpe corner.
4 - Slocombe forced to back-track to tip away a Hussey cross as it drifted towards the top corner of the Scunthorpe goal.
Impeccably observed minute's silence from all four corners of the ground. Never forget...
Don't forget, the match will kick off at 3.07pm today as Scunthorpe and Bury join the national tribute to the 96 Liverpool fans that lost their lives in the Hillsborough tragedy on April 15, 1989.
One change for Bury with captain Craig Jones switching from right wing to right-back in place of Frederic Veseli, who has returned to parent club Ipswich after a three-month loan spell with the Shakers.
Tom Soares, who has scored two goals in his last two games, is promoted from the subs bench to fill the gap in midfield left by Jones.
And former Huddersfield Town defender James Burke is back on the bench for Bury following a successful few weeks in the development squad, helping them into the semi-finals of the Lancashire FA Senior Cup.
SCUNTHORPE: Slocombe; Nolan, Mirfin, Canavan, Williams; Hawkridge, Sparrow, Syers, Adelakun; Madden, Winnall.
Subs: Severn, Ribeiro, Burton, Waterfall, Gooden, Collins, Hayes.
BURY: Jensen; Jones, Mills, McNulty, Hussey; Soares, Tutte, Sedgwick, Mayor; Nardiello, Hope.
Subs: Charles-Cook, Hinds, Procter, Grimes, Rose, Platt, Burke.
Welcome to Glanford Park for what could be a crucial games to the future aspirations of both clubs.
The home side are second in League Two, unbeaten in 25 matches under Russ Wilcox and vying for the title, as well as automatic promotion.
But Bury are on a decent run of their own, looking to extend their winning run to four matches and further bridge the seven-point gap to the play-off places.
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