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Grimsby v Bromley Team News

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 14/08/2015

TOWN take on their third match of the season after a satisfying win over Barrow but the Mariners won't have had a good start to the campaign unless they take all three points against newly promoted Bromley.

Paul Hurst is unlikely to make many chances after a good result like the one against Barrow and that means Shaun Pearson, who was surprisingly dropped for the Tuesday night game at Blundell Park, will have to miss out on a starting place again. Jack Mackreth will probably have to settle for a place on the bench due to the form of the front players who have scored six goals in two games to date.

Hurst has a few players still injured so his choices to some extent are limited at the moment. Scott Brown (foot), Gregor Robertson (knee), Marcus Marshall (knee) and Jon-Paul Pittman (stomach) are all at various stages in their recoveries but none of them are fit enough to start the match. Robertson is closest and has made the bench in the last two games, but with no expectation of being heavily involved in the matches and he doesn't have the fitness to last 90 minutes.

Bromley have had two mixed results in their opening games at this level. An impressive home defeat of Wrexham on the opening day was followed by a lacklustre performance at Woking in midweek.

Midfielder Lee Minshull (ankle) and defender Rob Swaine (shoulder) both limped out of the game with Woking in the first half so will be fighting to be fit to face Town.

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