Grimsby vs Hyde: Mariners without Marshall
Grimsby have been dealt a blow ahead of the visit of Hyde with on-loan winger Marcus Marshall returning to parent club Bury.
The npower league One club have recalled Marshall after accepting a bid for the player from the Mariners' Conference promotion rivals Luton.
"Bury have recalled him because they have accepted an offer from a club in our league - I think you can guess who it is," Grimsby boss Rob Scott told the club's official website.
"Obviously Luton are trying to cherry-pick the best players out of this league, and that's there business.
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"We are trying to keep Marcus but the amount of money Luton have offered to a player out of contract in the summer is ridiculous. But again, that's Luton's business."
Defender Aswad Thomas will complete a three-match ban on Tuesday night while striker Liam Hearn continues to work his way back to fitness after an Achilles injury.
Hyde have extended Liam Tomsett's loan. The midfielder will now remain with the club until the end of the season, which is good news for the Manchester-based part-timers with Callum Byrne having joined Colwyn Bay on loan and Tunji Moses out for at least another couple of weeks with a ankle injury.
On prolonging his stay, Tomsett told Hyde's official club website: "I'm very happy here. The first half of the season I've really enjoyed, I've played loads of games and I've gained great experience.
"I need to be playing games and have people watching me."
Striker Matthew Blinkhorn is pushing for a start after being on the bench last time out, he will compete with Phil Jevons and Scott Spencer for the chance to lead the Tigers' attack.
Meanwhile, winger Ryan Crowther has returned to parent club Fleetwood.