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Plymouth v Grimsby Team News
By: Rob Sedgwick
GRIMSBY have no new injuries for the long FA Cup trip to Plymouth where they hope to at least get a draw and a passage into the Round 2 draw. The Mariners have lost their last nine cup games, but the time has never been better for a cup run given's Town's mid-table berth.
Plymouth on the other handle firmly deserve to be concentrating on the league where they are in serious trouble at the bottom of League One. The Pligrims were promoted last season but have struggled from the offset at the higher level.
Town are expected to name a very similar XI to that of recent games. Plymouth may have no enforced changes, but with all three 'keepers injured, Norwich City loanee Remi Matthews will continue in goal.
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