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Bury v Port Vale, English League Two, Gigg Lane Saturday 4 April 2019
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It’s the final game of the season for John Askey’s Port Vale team and it looks a tough task as they travel to take on recently promoted Bury.
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For the game, the Valiants are likely to resist the temptation to make major changes as Askey is keen to reach the fifty point mark although youth teamer Lucas Green-Birch could be an addition to the Vale’s travelling squad.
It’s a game where the bookies think Vale will end up second-best. Bury have won their last two home games and most bookies have them as favourites to win with odds of 2/1 commonplace. On the other hand, the Valiants last won away back in March and have not travelled particularly well all season. This is reflected in the longer price of 10/1 for a Vale victory in their final League Two game of 2018/19.
If the Valiants are to serve up a shock then it’s most likely to be veteran striker Tom Pope who proves to be the match winner. The big striker is 13/2 to be first scorer with many bookies. However, that’s some distance behind Nicky Maynard with the former Crewe man 3/1 to score the game’s first goal.
This match could mark the final Port Vale games for a host of players. Mitch Clark and Adam Crookes will see their loan spells come to an end while the likes of Antony Kay, Luke Hannant and Manny Oyeleke are all out of contract.
With all the club’s well-documented off-field issues still to be resolved, Vale will be looking to end the season on a high and it’s perhaps worth a cheeky punt on Vale to puncture Bury’s promotion party with a 2-1 win. It’s a nicely priced 18/1 with many bookies and if it were to happen it would certainly put a smile on many Vale fans’ faces.