Bentley hopes to build on clean sheet

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JIM Bentley is hoping his side’s point against Oxford on Saturday will be the platform needed to get their season back on track.

The Shrimps kept their first clean sheet for several weeks but failed to score for the second game in succession as they recorded their first goalless draw for more than 50 games.

After two successive defeats it was a result that Bentley says can give his side a boost as they travel to face in-form side Swindon on Saturday.

Paolo di Canio’s charges are unbeaten in 14 games and have moved up to sixth in the table after a poor start to the season and Bentley says it will be another tough test for his team.

See The Visitor (13-12-11) for full story.