MATCHDAY: Bury 3 Accrington Stanley 0
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- Bury 3 (Forrester 28, Sinnott 37, Jackson 87)
- Accrington Stanley 0
Bury 3 Accrington Stanley 0
90+5 - YELLOW - Peter Murphy
Nine minutes of added time
87 - GOAL - BURY 3 Stanley 0 - Marlon Jackson has plenty of time to pick his spot after chesting down a Danny Mayor centre in the box following a counter attack as Accrington pressed for a way back into the game.
81 - SUB - Jackson on for Forrester.
70 - Naismith does well to work room for a shot but it was always rising.
71 - SUBS - Richardson for Hatfield, Harrad for Grimes.
Game is underway again now after a five-minute stoppage. Former Wanderers defender Hunt went off on a stretcher to applause from all four sides of the ground.
63 - SUB - Winnard on for Hunt.
60 - Nicky Hunt looks to have broken his leg here after an innocuous challenge on Forrester. He put his arm straight up and players surround him called for an immediate stretcher. Doctor and two physios attending him.
58 - Rob Atkinson loops a header just wide of the far post after getting on the end of an Accrington corner.
58 - YELLOW - Luke Joyce for reckless challenge on Danny Mayor.
54 - YELLOW - Forrester booked for a high challenge.
50 - Danger cleared after Naismith's set-piece hits the wall.
48 - Keystone cops in the Bury box and Peter Murphy is brought down just outside it. Stanley have come out eager to get back into this one.
47 - Naismith shot from distance should have been easy for Lainton, but he fumbles it in heavy rain and lucky it doesn't dribble between his legs.
Second half under way
SUBS: Mayor on for Soares, McCartan on for Liddle
Bury 2 Accrington Stanley 0
45+2 - Gareth Roberts survives a decent penalty shout after Nicky Hunt's cross hits his arm. The Shakers captain put his arm out but it was behind him and more ball to arm.
Three minutes of added time
37 - GOAL - BURY 2 Stanley 0 - Another debut goal for Bury, this time from Huddersfield Town loan signing Jordan Sinnott. The 19-year-old midfielder showed great composure on the ball to steady himself after a cross from the right fell at his feet. He dummied to shoot with his left before curling a right-footed shot back across goal and into the top corner.
33 - RED - Danny Webber is given a straight red for a late tackle on Shaun Beeley. The Bury right-back is back on his feet but looked at first like he could have broken his leg after Webber's studs landed just below his knee.
28 - GOAL - BURY 1 Stanley 0 - Anton Forrester slides in at the back post for his first goal after getting on the end of a clever free-kick routine. Craig Jones looked like he was going to lump it into the box but found a quick run of Jordan Sinnott who turned and chipped it over the Stanley back-line as they readied themselves for a Jones shot.
25 - Late offside flag on Anton Forrester when the Bury striker looked to be through with a clear sight of goal.
26 - Accrington putting the pressure on with a succession of corners that came after Lainton failed to hold on to a sharp Naismith shot at the his near post.
20 - YELLOW - Ridiculous booking for Craig Jones, who picked up a yellow for moving a free-kick forward. His set-piece eventually went wide.
17 - First serious effort on goal for Bury, Ashley Grimes back-tracking to get his head on a Craig Jones cross that was just behind him. His athletic effort crept just wide of the post.
18 - Kal Naismith goes close at the other end with a right-footed shot from 20 yards that went just wide.
6 - Will Hatfield shot from the middle of the box strikes the foot of the post with Rob Lainton beaten. The Bury stopper was caught in no-man's land after Laurence Wilson's low cross from ther left goes straight across the face of goal before rebounding out to Hatfield, who had plenty of time to pick his spot and should have done better.
BURY revealed their 20th and 21st signings of the summer yesterday after former Bolton Wanderers forward Temitope Obadeyi and Spanish wide man Marco Navas put pen to paper on 12-month contracts.
Both sit out today's match.
Obadeyi, aged 23, was at Wanderers for four seasons before being released last year.
Navas, aged 30, brother of Sevilla player Jesus Navas, can play at right-back or midfield and last featured for Spanish side Recreativo de Huelva.
1 - First touches from Jordan Sinnott almost result in a goal after his cross from the right rebounds back off the Stanley crossbar.
Stanley get the match under way...
Bury boss Kevin Blackwell has made four changes from the side that lost 2-1 at Oxford United last time out.
In comes Adam Lockwood for suspended centre-back Nathan Cameron, while 19-year-old Huddersfield Town loan signing Jordan Sinnott replaces Euan Holden as Andy Procter's partner in centre midfield.
Strikers Anton Forrester and Ashley Grimes have been promoted from the bench, coming in for Shaun Harrard and John Rooney.
Goalkeeper Trevor Carson also makes a surprise place on the bench, last year's number one, who has been touted for a move away from Gigg Lane, replaces former Arsenal youth stopper Reice Charles-Cook.
Other new faces on the bench include midfielder Danny Mayor and Rwandan striker Jessy Reindorf.
BURY: Lainton; Beeley, Hinds, Lockwood, Roberts; Jones, Procter, Sinnott, Soares; Grimes, Forrester.
Subs: Carson, Holden, Harrad, Mayor, Rooney, Jackson, Reindorf.
ACCRINGTON: Dunbavin; Hunt, Atkinson, Aldred, Liddle; Naismith, Murphy, Joyce, Wilson; Hatfield, Wilson.
Subs: Winnard, McCartan, Richardson, Miller, Clark, Mingoia, Gray.
Referee: Darren Bond.
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