BUXTON FC have fresh injury worries ahead of Tuesday night’s home league game with Ashton United.
Defenders Tommy Agus and Josh Wilde were both substituted during the 2-2 draw with FC United of Manchester at the weekend.
After the match, Assistant Manager Clive Freeman said: “Tommy’s hurt his thigh, a problem that he has had earlier in the season. Hopefully he has just caught it.
“Josh as well has turned his ankle, so that is obviously a bit of a worry for Tuesday.”
Buxton moved up to fourth in the Evo-Stik Premier Division despite having to settle for a point against in-form FC United, in front of a bumper crowd of 1,726 at the Silverlands on Saturday.
Captain Mike Norton was FC United’s hero as his two goals - the second near the end of six minutes of injury time - cancelled out Kieran Lugsden’s earlier brace.
Freeman added: “I think we did enough to win the game today. The lads are bitterly disappointed.”
For a match report and more reaction, see Thursday’s Buxton Advertiser.
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