Braintree Town vs Grimsby: Davis checked ahead of Grimsby clash
Braintree will check on skipper Kenny Davis ahead of the visit of Grimsby.
The midfielder missed last Tuesday night's 4-1 defeat at Forest Green after suffering a knee injury against Hereford three days earlier.
England C international Davis was touch and go for Saturday's clash with Southport but that was postponed, allowing him some extra time to recover.
Goalkeeper Danny Naisbitt remains on the sidelines with an ankle injury so Nathan McDonald keeps his place, while veteran midfielder Bradley Quinton is still out with a knee problem, but both could be available within the next couple of weeks.
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Back-to-back defeats have seen Alan Devonshire's side slip back to 19th in the table, four points above the relegation zone.
Grimsby's management team of Paul Hurst and Rob Scott have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Tuesday's clash with Braintree at Cressing Road.
Striker Liam Hearn, who has been sidelined since August 14 with a serious Achilles injury, returned to light training this week but will not be ready in time to play any part against the Iron.
Otherwise, Hurst and Scott have a fully-fit squad to pick from as they continue their push for automatic promotion.
The Mariners moved one step closer to a Wembley final when they beat Dartford 3-0 in the first leg of the FA Trophy semi-final on Saturday and the co-bosses look set to stick with the same starting XI on Tuesday.