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Crawley v Grimsby Team News

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 08/03/2019

GRIMSBY are hoping to bounce back from a poor result against Cambridge last week with a win at Crawley which would take Town to the 50 point mark. Defender Ludvig Ohman is available again after a one match suspension for the red card at Swindon.

Midfielder Martyn Woolford also missed the Cambridge game but has returned to training this week.

For the home side, striker Filipe Morais (illness) is ruled out but fellow forwards Luke Gambin (hip) and Ibrahim Meite (calf) have both returned to training. Manager Gabriele Cioffi will have to set in the stand as he is serving a one-match ban.

Crawley need a few more points to be certain of avoiding relegation but are picking them up fairly slowly with just 2 wins in the last 10 league games. They have quite a good home record against Town and have scored three goals in both of the last games at Broadfield.

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