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Full-back Frederic Veseli will play the final game of his loan spell for Bury when Exeter visit the JD Stadium.

The 21-year-old made his Shakers debut on New Year's Day but is now set to return to parent club Ipswich after this game's conclusion.

Midfielder Tommy Miller has been missing recently with a thigh problem and he is unlikely to come back into the reckoning for David Flitcroft's side.

Flitcroft has no other injury concerns as he bids to guide Bury to three wins on the spin for the first time this season.

Exeter boss Paul Tisdale looks set to freshen up his side for their trip to Bury.

The Grecians boss kept with the same starting XI that took seven points from three matches against Newport, Fleetwood and Plymouth only to see his tired team beaten 1-0 at home by Accrington on Saturday - a result which could see changes for the first time in five matches.

Midfielder Matt Grimes has caught the eye during his substitute appearances in recent weeks and will hope to earn a recall to the starting line-up while Sam Parkin, David Wheeler and Arron Davies are other options.

City have struggled at Gigg Lane under Tisdale, losing four of their five visits without scoring.

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