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Wrexham Team News

By: Richard Lord
Date: 19/01/2004

GRIMSBY boss Paul Groves will be hoping to have top scorer Mick Boulding back in the squad to face Wrexham. The 13-goal striker missed out on Saturday's 5-1 defeat at Port Vale, but has trained since.

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Darren Barnard is also hopeful of a return from injury, but the Town manager is likely to make a late decision on whether to include the Welsh international in the starting eleven.

Tony Crane will sit out the last of his three-match ban so Simon Ford should continue to deputise in defence.

Stuart Campbell is definitely out as he awaits the results from an MRI scan and Stacy Coldicott remains a long-term absentee.

Otherwise the Mariners have no fresh injury worries ahead of the game against the Welshmen.

Hector Sam is an injury worry for the visitors after he sustained a bruised shin in Wrexham's weekend defeat at home to lowly Notts County.

Craig Morgan should be fit to start, despite being taken off on Saturday after feeling ill.

Grimsby are looking for their first win in nine games, and are also without a home win since the 2-0 victory over Notts County back in October.

Wrexham have won six and lost six on their travels in the league this season. Sitting just four points off the play-offs, Denis Smith's side will be looking for a win.

The Red Dragons have lost their last three games and this fixture at Blundell Park signals the start of three successive away matches.

Three points for the Mariners would ease the pressure on Groves and see his side pull away from the drop zone.

Town (from) Davison, McDermott, Barnard, Young, Ford, Edwards, Jevons, Crowe, Daws, Anderson, Mansaram, Boulding, Onuora, Groves, Hockless, Hamilton, Soames. Ward.




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