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ENGLISH LEAGUE ONE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
18 Shrewsbury 10 8 16 38
19 Bury 10 7 17 37
20 Oldham 8 12 14 36
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Milton Keynes DonsMilton Keynes Dons
0
0
FT
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BuryBury
Swindon TownSwindon Town
1
0
FT
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Shrewsbury TownShrewsbury Town
BuryBury
2
1
FT
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BuryBury
WalsallWalsall
3
3
FT
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BuryBury
Peterborough UnitedPeterborough United
5
1
FT
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Scunthorpe UnitedScunthorpe United
BuryBury
3
2
FT
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Sheffield UnitedSheffield United
1
3
FT
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Bradford CityBradford City
BuryBury
1
1
FT
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Fleetwood TownFleetwood Town
BuryBury
0
0
FT
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BuryBury
Oxford UnitedOxford United
2
3
FT
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Bristol RoversBristol Rovers
BuryBury
4
2
FT
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BuryBury
MillwallMillwall
2
3
FT
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Sheffield UnitedSheffield United
BuryBury
1
0
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Bury duo James Vaughan and Danny Mayor pushing to return against Coventry

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Coventry CityCoventry City
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James Vaughan and Danny Mayor are both pushing to return as Lee Clark prepares for his first home game as Bury boss against Coventry.

The Shakers have earned two straight wins since Clark joined the club from Kilmarnock and the good news could continue with both Vaughan (back) and Mayor (stomach) closing on a return.

Otherwise Clark will hope to stick with the side that won at Charlton on Saturday, which means another start for 16-year-old Callum Styles.

Craig Jones (thigh), Nathan Cameron (knee) and...

Bury continue revival with Charlton triumph

Charlton AthleticCharlton Athletic
BuryBury
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Ryan Lowe scored a first-half winner as Bury's survival hopes received another major boost with a 1-0 victory at Charlton.

The victory was Bury's third in their last four games and saw them put further daylight between themselves and the League One drop zone.

The Addicks thought they had grabbed a seventh-minute lead, only for Patrick Bauer to see his strike cancelled out for a foul on Leon Barnett.

Stephy Mavididi flashed a low drive just wide as the hosts continued to press, but it was Bury who broke...

Clark makes winning start as Shakers accept Stuckmann gift

ChesterfieldChesterfield
BuryBury
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2
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Chesterfield's relegation fears deepened when they were beaten 2-1 at home by fellow strugglers Bury and had defender Tom Anderson sent off in a dramatic finale.

Kristian Dennis gave Chesterfield a first-half lead, but after Thorsten Stuckmann had saved Ryan Lowe's penalty, Andrew Tutte equalised with a stunning strike before a terrible blunder by the goalkeeper gave George Miller the chance to seal Bury's first away win since late September.

Chesterfield gave a debut to the 35-year-old former Doncaster...

Strugglers Bury pick up point in MK Dons draw

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Milton Keynes DonsMilton Keynes Dons
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Bury earned another point in their battle for League One survival as they drew 0-0 at home to MK Dons.

There was only one shot on target in a fairly even first half, and although mid-table Dons went closest to winning it after the break, neither side did enough to merit the three points.

That meant fourth-bottom Bury, who have the league's worst defensive record, registered back-to-back clean sheets for the first time since April but still slipped two points from safety.

Chuks Aneke curled an early...

James Vaughan penalty sinks Swindon

BuryBury
Swindon TownSwindon Town
1
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Bury dragged fellow strugglers Swindon into the Sky Bet League One relegation zone after claiming a 1-0 home win against the Robins.

James Vaughan's 37th-minute penalty was enough to win a cagey contest and send the Shakers above Swindon, although Bury remain in the bottom four too.

Given their league position, each side adopted a defensive approach so clear-cut chances were at a premium, with Bury's Reece Brown firing an early free-kick wide before Swindon's Ben Gladwin headed over.

Greg Leigh and...