Date: 21st March 2014 at 11:54am
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Morecambe have been dealt a blow with the news that Stewart Drummond isn’t expected to play again this season.

The veteran fractured his toe in the draw with Dagenham & Redbridge last weekend, which resulted in the 38-year-old missing the 5-1 hammering at rivals Accrington Stanley during midweek with Jim Bentley not expecting to have him available again this season.

He, along with some others was missing for the Accrington defeat with the Shrimps boss knowing he was missed as we the rest.

Bentley told the Visitor: ‘It looks like he (Drummond) will miss the rest of the season, he’s fractured his toe.

‘Parrish luckily has only got a partial tear of his cruciate which is two to four weeks, but we missed them both.

‘Fleming’s arguably been our best player this year and he’ll come back in on Saturday (against Northampton) without a doubt. And Beeley’s out too.’

It’s been said before, but Bentley has been left saying it again, he ‘wants a response’, regardless as to who will take to the field this weekend.

He added: ‘Whoever goes out on Saturday is going to have to put this right because I’m looking for a reaction.

‘I’m sick of saying that too after what happened in the Plymouth game but we’ll ask questions again because we need a response.’

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