Leyton Orient v Bury preview

Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes thought his side had played

“textbook football” in thrashing Hamburg 9-2 on Saturday.

The win, the biggest ever inside the Allianz Arena, took Bayern

to within three points of clinching the Bundesliga title.

It more than satisfied Heynckes, who had feared his side may not

have taken the task so seriously in view of the Champions League

quarter-final against Juventus on Tuesday.

“It was important that we carried on the way we have been going

in recent weeks and that means that we keep winning our games,”

said Heynckes after his side’s 10th straight Bundesliga win – a new

club record.

“It was important for us to tank up on self-confidence.

“We played textbook football at times and we’ve got to do

something similar on Tuesday because we have other objectives for

the season.”

While Heynckes admitted that the title is now theirs, he spoke

with caution about his side’s chances in the Champions League.

With Juventus enjoying a similarly successful season in Serie A,

with a nine-point lead at the top, Heynckes has warned not to

expect them to roll over in the same way Hamburg did.

“It’s going to be a completely different game on Tuesday,” he

said. “Juventus are a top European side who are aggressive and run

a lot.”

The hosts will check on Mathieu Baudry ahead of the game. The

defender has missed three matches, including Friday’s 2-1 defeat at

Scunthorpe, with a hip injury but is close to returning to


Baudry’s return would be a welcome boost with fellow centre-half

Scott Cuthbert last week ruled out for the rest of the season with

a fractured metatarsal.

Right-back Elliot Omozusi had to deputise in the centre

alongside captain Nathan Clarke at Glanford Park.

Elsewhere, winger Lee Cook could return to the starting line-up

after coming on as a substitute on Friday.

Veteran midfielder Martin Rowlands may drop to the bench after

playing 75 minutes on his return from a groin niggle.

Shakers boss Kevin Blackwell has no new injury worries for the

Easter Monday trip to London.

His side collected a potentially vital point in their battle

against relegation on Good Friday as Andy Bishop’s stoppage-time

penalty pegged Crewe back for a 2-2 draw at Gigg Lane.

Tom Soares scored Bury’s first equaliser and played 84 minutes

on his return from a hamstring haematoma – a problem that initially

looked set to keep the former Crystal Palace midfielder out for the


Northern Ireland international striker David Healy came off the

bench to replace Soares for his fifth club appearance of 2013, none

of which have been starts.

Long-term absentees Craig Jones (hamstring/thigh), Phil Picken

(knee), Adam Lockwood (groin) and Shane Byrne (blood infection)

will all miss the rest of the campaign.