Bury boss Alan Knill is out for revenge when Accrington Stanley visit Gigg Lane tomorrow.
The Reds came away with all three points the last time they visited Bury after what Knill says was one of the Shakers poorest performances of the season.
Bury sit fifth in League Two on the back of a four-match unbeaten run - with Stanley sixth - but Knill has urged his players not to make the same mistakes twice against Stanley.
"They're a good side and they were a good side last year," he said.
"They beat us at Gigg Lane and I think it was a turning point for us. I hardly ever show DVDs to the players but I showed them the one of that game and they all came up with the same thing, that we were out-fought and out-battled.
"That’s not really what my team does but after that, we went on a really good run. It was a turning point for us and I hope we’re not showing the DVD after tomorrow’s game.
"They are a very dangerous side," he added. "They’ve got some good players and they play good football but we’ve got to combat that."
Bury defender Tom Lees knows all about the Reds after making 46 appearances while on loan at the Crown Ground last season.
The 19-year-old – on loan at Gigg Lane from Leeds United - paid tribute to Reds management team John Coleman and Jimmy Bell ahead of tomorrow’s clash and warned his current team-mates that they would have to be at their best.
"They’re a very good team," said Lees. "We can’t underestimate them because if we do then we’ll get beaten.
"John and Jimmy have done a good job at Accrington. They’ll have them fired up for the game and we’ve got to be ready. They try to pass the ball and play the right way and it’ll be up to us to stop them."
Reds boss Coleman is hoping his side can cut out the mistakes at the back afer their 11-goal thriller - a 7-4 win for Stanley - against Gillingham on Saturday.
Bury manager Knill was up for Manager of the Month after a good run of form in September and Coleman knows all about their seven-goal striker Ryan Lowe, who the Reds tried to sign from Chester, and defender Lees.
"We have tended to do well at Gigg Lane in the past and we can’t give Ryan Lowe a penalty as he is deadly from the spot," said Coleman.
"We need to tighten up and I hope it won’t be as open as it was on Saturday, but it should be a good local derby."