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Grimsby v Woking Team News
By: Rob Sedgwick
GRIMSBY and Woking pit horns tonight in the Battle for Second Place. The team from Surrey are surprise promotion contenders but the part-timers are one of the in-form sides in the Conference, and sit just one point behind the Mariners with two games in hand.
Neither side has any injury problems so any changes will be purely tactical. Paul Hurst has most to think about after a poor performance against Kidderminster at the weekend and he also has more options than Gary Hill as Town have a much bigger pool of players than Woking.
Woking have an excellent away record both this season and last. They play an attacking game and have a very strong fron line of Rendell, Marriot and Sole - two of which normally play from the start. Woking have won at Wrexham and Halifax this season already and last year they won at Halifax, Luton, Gateshead and Barnet.
Town though have a terrific record against Woking, winning 3 and drawing 1 of the four games that have taken place.
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