The Grimsby Town FC


Upcoming Fixtures

Mon 24/07
Irish Premier Division
Finn Harps v Derry City
Tue 25/07
Brazil Campeonato
Sao Paulo v Gremio
Champions League
FK Qarabag v Sheriff Tiraspol
Slavia Prague v BATE Borisov
AEK Athens v CSKA Moscow
Steaua Bucharest v Plzen
Scottish League Cup
Stenhousemuir v East Kilbride
Airdrie Utd v Partick Thistle
Albion v Hamilton
Ayr v Clyde
Berwick v Queen's Park
Dumbarton v Annan Athletic
East Fife v Elgin
Edinburgh City v Motherwell
Falkirk v Forfar

Full Fixture List

Question of the Week

Is the squad strong enough to challenge for promotion?

Strong yes
Weak yes
Weak no
Strong no

Cheers JPK!
Cheers JPK!

Beat the Bookies: Week 9

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 26/09/2005

JEAN-PAUL Kalala's last gasp goal meant those who took up Beat the Bookies' suggestion last week of Grimsby to beat Tottenham would have benefited to the tune of a minimum of 5-1.

Home > 2005-2006 Season > Beat the Bookies > Week 9

This week the most important factor is the sheer number of games Grimsby are playing. Cup runs are draining mentally and physically, and Town hung on for a point at Boston against ten men at the weekend. For this reason, and with the Newcastle game still at the back of the players' minds it is hard to look further than's 5/2 for Notts County to beat Town at Blundell Park. County are just three points behind Town and have only lost once on their travels all season.

Elsewhere in the division there is a full midweek programme. Peterborough look good value at 9/5 with to win at Cheltenham. Posh, like Town, have an excellent away record, and have won 3 out of 5 games so far on their travels.

Looking further up the league Hull City are a very generous 16/5 to beat Norwich City at Carrow Road. The Tigers have started reasonably in the Championship by all accounts, despite having suffered with a large number of injuries so far. Norwich, in contrast, have struggled since their relegation from the Premiership and have only won one game at home all season.

Once again it is a choice between two candidates: Notts County to beat Grimsby and Hull to beat Norwich. The deciding factor is County's poor results in recent games, which might see Town scrape through with at least a draw on Tuesday night.

Hull to beat Norwich

Previous Bets (£10 per week)

27/07Rushden to get relegated5/2In progress
03/08Sell Lincoln in League Two 60 Index13In progress
10/08Rob Jones to score v Chester12/1£0.00
17/08Buy Scunthorpe in the Mini Performance Index vs Forestbought@16
actual 35
24/08Rob Jones to score v Derby33/1-£10.00
31/08Northampton to beat Wycombe2/1-£10.00
13/09Carlisle to beat Cheltenham2/1+£20.00
19/09Grimsby to beat Spurs5/1+£50.00
Total +£61.97

Add To Facebook

This site is by the fans, for the fans, and we will consider articles on any subject relating to the Mariners whether it be related to current news, a nostalgic look back in the past, a story about a player, a game or games in the past, something about Blundell Park or football in general. Click here to submit your article!

Related Stories

Forum Latest
TitlePostsLatest Post
BBC14cmackenzie424/07 19:18
Chesterfield Tickets27GtfcGarner24/07 18:58
Paul Dixon11Les Brechin24/07 18:30
Aalst visit1Les Brechin24/07 17:37
Change/add-a-letter/remove-one Word Game thread...28,421Biccys24/07 17:34
Word Association Game41,470topuphere66624/07 17:33
Twat of the Week20GrimRob24/07 17:13
Open Day this Sunday24promotion plaice24/07 16:27
England Match13arryarryarry24/07 15:42
Ahkeem Rose27Willgtfc24/07 12:42

News  | Features  | Submit Article  |   | 
© 2017