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Matt Clarke looks set to lead the Darlington attack against Bury today as the Quakers try to end a five-match losing streak.
Mick Tait's side have become trapped on a slippery slope 'slippery slope' Medical ethics An ethical continuum or 'slope,' the impact of which has been incompletely explored, and which itself raises moral questions that are even more on the ethical 'edge' than the original issue of defeats as injuries and suspensions stretch the club's playing resources.
The situation has not been helped by a flu bug which has swept through the squad, but Clarke says he will be fit to play.
The 25-year-old played in defence in the 1-0 defeat to Yeovil six days ago, but missed the midweek trip to Cheltenham. Tait said: "A lot of the lads have been suffering with flu and Matt has been the worst. He's feeling a lot better than he was, along with the rest of the lads, so hopefully we won't have any problems for the Bury game.
"I'm just keeping my fingers crossed that nobody else goes down with it before kick-off because we're already stretched as a squad."
Tait's search for a new striker has continued this week as he attempts to cope with the loss of Barry Conlon Barry John Conlon (born 1 October 1978 in Drogheda, Ireland) is an Irish footballer who plays as a striker. He was recently signed by Bradford City following his release by Mansfield Town. Career
He started his career with Queens Park Rangers. and Glen Robson through injury, but while that search has so far proved unsuccessful Tait insists his side can end their losing streak.