Grimsby vs AFC Telford: Mariners in good health
Grimsby's co-bosses Paul Hurst and Rob Scott have no new injury worries for the game against AFC Telford.
Only striker Liam Hearn remains on the absentee list as he continues his recovery from a serious Achilles injury, though he could return to the squad in the next two to three weeks.
Defender Aswad Thomas has returned from England C duty in midweek unscathed and will again take his place at the heart of the Mariners defence while strikers Ross Hannah, Andy Cook and Richard Brodie will compete for two places up front.
Hannah missed out in the last match against Alfreton and with Cook and Brodie both scoring in that game, he may again have to be content with a place on the bench.
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Defender Ian Craney is likely to go straight into the AFC Telford squad.
Craney was a free agent after being released by Rochdale last month and signed a short-term deal with the Bucks this week.
Midfielder Gerard Kinsella will not feature, however, after his loan deal from Fleetwood was not renewed.
Defender Joe Lamplough is also out after tearing an ankle ligament and he will now miss the rest of the season.
Midfielder Steven Leslie has returned to training after a recent groin injury and will face a late fitness test to determine his availability for this game.
Telford have not won in 13 games, a run of form which saw Andy Sinton relieved of his managerial duties last week and replaced by Conference stalwart Mark Cooper.