Exeter are yet to score away from home this season, picking up only one point away from St James Park.
This poor run of form has left them 23rd in League One, a far cry from their impressive eighth place finish in 2010/11.
Bury, on the other hand, have been scoring more freely, even after the departure of their top scorer and club legend Ryan Lowe in August.
Their trouble has come at the other end of the pitch – they have conceded 19 goals in their opening 11 games.
This means both sides are struggling near the foot of the table, but with Bury having only conceded two of their 19 goals at home they should be able to deal with goal-shy Exeter without too much trouble.
As such, Bury go into the match as 11/10 favourites in bwin’s 3Way football betting market, with a draw at 11/5 and an Exeter win at the same price.
However, Exeter’s poor record on the road – particularly on the attacking front – means the best bet could be on Bury to keep a clean sheet at odds of 9/5.
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