Grimsby Town at Braintree: Bosses could mix things up for tonight's clash
GRIMSBY TOWN joint boss Rob Scott may make changes for tonight's trip to Braintree.
The Mariners are in the thick of a busy programme of games and Scott says the whole squad will be utilised over the coming weeks.
But he insisted that the strength and depth of the Town's squad allows for changes to be made without weakening the starting line-up.
He said: "We may change team personnel in some areas.
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"It's not going to be wholesale changes, but we certainly will be utilising the whole squad over the coming weeks.
"There will be areas where we might look at changing tonight, but we've got a squad that means we're able to do that without weakening it.
"There are no injuries or illnesses so we've almost got fully-fit squad, which is a big boost."
The only face missing from that squad is long-term injury absentee Liam Hearn, who Scott says continues to make strides in his rehabilitation from a ruptured Achilles.
He added: "Liam did three- quarters of a session with the first team yesterday, so he's made another big step in coming back into the group which is really pleasing for us to see."