BIG MONEY MAN Jarkko Wiss: Following Ian Moore's departure to Burnley for £800,000 last November, County's most expensive current player is Finnish international Jarkko Wiss at £350,000. Andy Kilner also recently paid Ayr United £150,000 for former Emley striker Glyn Hurst . LAST SIX RESULTS

Wimbledon (h) drew 2-2

Wilbraham, Fradin

Watford (a) drew 2-2

Wilbraham (2)

Norwich City (a) lost 4-0

Spurs (FAC a) lost 4-0

Preston North End (h) lost 0-1

West Brom (a)



After a poor start, County have made themselves hard to beat. However, too many draws have proved costly with six draws, one win and two defeats in the League since New year leaving them just one place and one point above the drop zone. TOP SCORER Aaron Wilbraham: Wilbraham is a local lad who has come through the ranks and taken on Ian Moore's mantle as Stockport's dangerman up front. The 21-year-old scored his ninth of the season against Wimbledon on Saturday and has an eye for the spectacular. ONE TO WATCH Shefki Kuqi: Finnish international striker Shefki Kuqi is due a goal after failing to open his County account since his January arrival from FC Jokerite. A Kosovan by birth, the 24-year-old is a powerful figure who has acted as the big target man in his partnership with Wilbraham. MANAGER Andy Kilner: Former Burnley winger Kilner took charge in July, 1999 following Gary Megson's departure. Having stepped up from the Football in the Community Programme at Edgeley Park he guided County to 17th-place last season and has a relegation fight on his hands this time around. PREDICTED LINE-UP Defenders Mike Flynn and Simon Grayson will return against the Clarets after missing Saturday's 2-2 draw with Watford through suspension. Kilner admitted their experience had been missed and the pair are set to return in the back four. DID YOU KNOW?

Having recently sacked assistant manager David Moss, County appointed the relatively unknown Des Bulpin as Kilner's new number two. Bulpin was never a professional footballer but has worked as a coach under former Blackburn boss Roy Hodgson and Spurs and QPR manager Gerry Francis.