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By: Richard Hubbert
SATURDAY marks the last home game of the season for the Mariners, but never in years have the stakes been higher. Anything less than a win for Town would virtually send them down to division three, but a win would give the club some real hope of survival.
The Mariners could drop into the basement league on Saturday for the first time in fifteen years if we lose, and results go against us. Alternatively, if we win, we have every chance of survival going into the last game of the season at Tranmere. The fans have had their say, the fans will back the team, but itâ€™s up to the players.
Last Time Out
The last time Town player Brentford was the last time Town won away from home â€“ over four months ago! The game was 1-1 for the most part, with Stephen Hunt scoring from the spot after ten minutes, before an Iffy Onoura goal before half time leveled the scored. The introduction of Marcel Cas though sparked a Town revival and Michael Boulding scored two goals in the last eight minutes to give Town victory.
Town Team: Davison, McDermott (Groves, 79), Crane, Edwards, Barnard, Campbell, Hamilton, Crowe, Anderson (Cas, 77), Onuora, Boulding
Brentford Team: Smith, Dobson, Sonko, Kitamirike, Somner, Rougier (Hughes, 71), Hutchinson (Smith, 73), O'Connor, Hunt (Harrold, 86), Tabb, May
Subs: (not used) Julian, Rhodes
Attendance: 4,685 Report
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