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Grimsby v Cambridge Team News
By: Rob Sedgwick
SEAN McAllister and Jamey Osborne have both returned to training following their long-term injuries and the pair featured in the midweek reserve win over Bradford. Russell Slade will not be rushing them back and it's unlikely either will see first team action for a while.
Town have no new injuries and are likely to continue with a settled side to try and continue their six-match unbeaten run. Neither results nor performances have been spectacular but Grimsby are making steady progress and remain just three points off the play-offs.
Cambridge, who have won their last two games and are one place above Town in the league, are not expected to make many changes either, although midfielder Paul Lewis returns from a loan spell with Dover Athletic.
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