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Bath v Grimsby Team News

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 04/11/2011

TOWN have a full squad to pick from for the long trip to Bath on Saturday. Striker Damian Spencer has recovered from his knock and Anthony Church's illness is now behind him. For once Grimsby have the option to pick the same back four as kept a clean sheet in their previous game.

That's a luxury the Mariners have not had for a while. They have either made defensive mistakes and had to make changes to try and rectify the situation, or injury or suspension have forced a change in Town's back line.

Although the previous win was against a side four levels beneath the Blue Square Premier league, the signs are that Town won't make many changes for the trip to the league's bottom side.

Bath City's manager Adie Britton has recently been given a vote of confidence by his board. Last week's FA Cup win at Dover may have gone some way to appeasing the fans, but the Romans main priority is to stay in the top flight, and they'll be desperate for a win against a Town side who have lost their last three league games.

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