CHESTER CITY make the short journey to Gigg Lane this evening to face Bury in their second Coca-Cola League Two outing of the season.
City got their campaign off to a perfect start on Saturday, when they easily defeated Accrington Stanley at the Deva Stadium.
In contrast Bury lost 2-1 against MK Dons who played the majority of the game with 10 men, however, despite contrasting fortunes City manager, Mark Wright is expecting a tough game.
"They will be well organised and you can guarantee that they will be out to impress in front of their own supporters. But we have to be strong and ensure we take the good habits we showed against Accrington into this game.
"We have a few players who are carrying knocks following the weekend match, but I am hopeful they should be okay."
Wright is still on the lookout for a goalkeeper, and is hopeful that he will be able to bring one in prior to the end of the month when the transfer window closes.
"I have a number of options that I am pursuing, we need to bring in another keeper so that there is competition for places.
"We have healthy competition in practically every position in the club except the goalkeeping spot."
Midfielder Ricky Ravenhill, who missed the weekend game because of a one-match suspension, is available for selection, while defender Kevin Sandwith is likely to be included in the squad after missing out against Accrington Stanley with a hamstring problem.
Long-term injury victims Phil Bolland (shoulder) and Glenn Cronin (foot) are still ruled out, while defender Sean Hessey serves the second game of his five-match ban.
CHESTER CITY (from): Danby, S Vaughan, Marples, Artell, Linwood, Westwood, Allen, Wilson, Sandwith, Ravenhill, Bennett, Martinez, Hand, McSporran, Rutherford, Broughton, Blundell, Walters, Holroyd.