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1Crewe372469
2Swindon362369
3Plymouth372268

4Exeter371065
5Cheltenham362564
6Colchester371558
7Northampton371458

8Port Vale37657
9Bradford37454
10Salford37350
11Forest Green36349
12Crawley Town37448
13Grimsby37-647
14Walsall36-947
15Newport County36-746
16Cambridge Utd37-845
17Leyton Orient36-842
18Carlisle37-1742
19Oldham37-1341
20Scunthorpe37-1240
21Mansfield36-738
22Morecambe37-2532

23Macclesfield37-1530
24Stevenage36-2622

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Well beaten!
Well beaten!

Well beaten by Exeter

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 15/01/2017

GRIMSBY were well beaten by Exeter in their joint heaviest home defeat of the campaign. The cracking run of results in the last month had to come to an end sometime but it was a shame that it happened to a team below them in the league - although Exeter now lie a place above Grimsby.

Marcus Bignot made no changes to the side which won at Hartlepool.

Chances were at a premium in the first half but Town failed to clear a corner in their six yard box and Reid drilled home from close range for the opener just before half time. Town's best chance on the opening 45 was Shaun Pearson's header from a corner.

Early in the second a misplaced pass presented the ball to Wheeler to score the second and Watkins ran through the statuesque Town defence for the third with 10 minutes to go to wrap up the points.

Grimsby appear to have cracked the away part of the division but at home, in front of their own supporters, the paying customers, they have lost too many games. Either Town need to have a different line-up or formation at Blundell Park to what seems to work away, or they need to use different players for the two situations. The biggest problem would seem to be the scarcity of chances, which even in the games they have won, has generally been the case all season. Only Omar Bogle's form in front of goal has really disguised the severity of the problem so far this season.

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