Dover Athletic vs Grimsby Town by Sors
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Dover Athletic is a team with good results at home so far this season (11-3-5 34/15), although it should be noted that the hosts won only one points from the previous three games here against teams from top 5 (0-3 vs Barnet, 0-1 vs Macclesfield and 0-0 vs Forest Green).
Andy Rafferty (goalkeeper) is injured and will miss the upcoming match against Grimsby, but he is the only absentee for the home team in this moment.
Grimsby, on the other side, is probably the team in the best shape in the league in this moment, as the Mariners lost only two points in the last six rounds (5-1-0 11/5).
The guests are six points behind the leaders Barnet, but a win today will restore their chances for automatic promotion, given the fact that this team has a relatively easy program in the last six rounds, compared with Barnet and Bristol Rovers.
Like his colleague, Paul Hurst has almost a full squad for this visit to Dover, as Jack Mackreth (midf. / 3 goals) is the only absentee for the Mariners.
Both teams are in the upper half of the standings in the league and in obviously good form lately, but the Mariners have more experienced players in the squad and this can be key factor in this match.
|Grimsby - 0.25||Pinnacle||1.93||8||0-1 WON (+7.44 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.