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Grimsby v Chester Team News

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 26/09/2014

STRIKERS Lennell John-Lewis and Nathan Arnold could feature in the game with Chester at Blundell Park after recovering from their respective injuries. Otherwise Town are likely to stick with the side which won at Kidderminster at the weekend.

It ironically means Paul Hurst has too many strikers to start with instead of too few. Rhys Oates scored the winner at Kidderminster but his fitness is not 100% and he might not be able to last 90 minutes. Ross Hannah has done well since his introduction to the side but John-Lewis normally gets the nod if he is available from Paul Hurst. Hurst also has to decide whether to go back to two up front or continue with a lone frontman.

Chester have won the last two games, both at home, but they have generally struggled on the road this season with their only win coming at Braintree. Steve Burr is not expected to make any changes for the Blues.

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