Grimsby Town v Dartford: Andi Thanoj and Jamie Devitt recovered and back in contention for starting berths
ANDI Thanoj and Jamie Devitt are in contention for recalls ahead of Grimsby Town's FA Trophy clash.
Winger Devitt missed last weekend's Conference victory over AFC Telford with illness, while midfielder Thanoj, pictured, was confined to the bench after breaking his nose on international duty with Albania's Under-21s.
But Mariners joint boss Paul Hurst confirmed that the pair will be available to boost his side's chances tomorrow.
"Andi's looking well – he's got a bit of protection over the nose," said Hurst.
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"He's had it straightened to look better but it's not working at the moment!
"Jamie is looking as slim as ever after his sickness bug, but they both trained all right this week.
"They haven't been the most testing of sessions physically – we've had to train on the 3G because our training pitch has been flooded.
"We can't train for too long on there, either, because it has an impact on the lads feeling stiff and that's the last thing we want ahead.
"A few of the lads had the Reserve game this week and came through that okay, so we're looking like having a fully fit squad apart from Liam Hearn's long-term injury."
Hurst, co-manager Rob Scott and the squad turned their attentions to the last-four tie after Tuesday's Conference clash at Nuneaton was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
"Yesterday was really the first day where we were completely focused on Dartford," added Hurst. "I don't get a sense around the place that it's anything different.
"The players know it's a big game but the position we're in means they're all big games."