League Two Table
Question of the Week
Will Paul Hurst stay at Grimsby?
By: Richard Hubbert
FOLLOWING yet another disappointing result last weekend, Town fans are becoming increasingly impatient with their under-achieving side and will want a positive reaction and a decent result to last week's defeat.
Town meet Bournemouth for the first time since that unforgettable day at Wembley in April 1998. Unfortunately, the stakes are lower this time and the venue somewhat less attractive. Bournemouth have had an excellent season back in Division Two after their promotion from Division Three last season. They have one of the most highly-rated young managers in the lower leagues in the form of Sean Oâ€™Driscoll and currently in 6th place, will have realistic aspirations of yet another play-off adventure.
Probable Starting XI's
Last Time Out
Town last met Bournemouth at the Twin Towers of Wembley Stadium in April 1998, and need I remind you of the score? I think not...
Town Team: Davison, McDermott, Gallimore (Black), Handyside, Lever, Donovan, Burnett, Groves, Smith, Nogan (Jobling), Clare (Livingstone)
Bournemouth Team: Glass, Young, Vincent, Howe, Cox, Bailey, Beardsmore (Oâ€™Neil), Robinson, Stein, Steve Fletcher, Warren (Brissett)
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