Grimsby Town vs Gateshead by Hassy

Grimsby hope to continue their unbeaten streak when they face a Gateshead side looking to go level on points with at the top of the Conference National. However, the number of draws so far this season is really hindering their climb up the league table. Grimsby Town were held to a fourth stalemate in their last five matches on the weekend when they drew 1-1 at home with National League leaders Forest Green Rovers and they’ve had a tough run of fixtures lately, particularly at home in recent weeks.


Nevertheless, Grimsby head into tonight’s encounter with fourth placed Gateshead on the back of seven matches without defeat and they sit in 10th place following a solid showing at Blundell Park where they’ve lost just once so far this season. Grimsby’s overall home record stands at 3-3-1 and have a goal ratio of 16/9 and they’ve entertained Tranmere Rovers and Forest Green Rovers in their last two matches on home turf, recording 1-1 draws against both teams. Mariners boss Paul Hurst will have a fully fit squad for tomorrow night’s clash with Gateshead at Blundell Park (7.45pm). Scott Brown (ankle) was among those to take part in training at Cheapside today, ahead of Grimsby Town’s latest National League contest. Town’s meeting with the Heed may come too soon for the midfielder, but Hurst will have decisions to make elsewhere. Having missed out once again at the weekend, Omar Bogle and Padraig Amond are expected to compete with Jon-Paul Pittman and Ben Tomlinson for a place in the XI.


Visitors Gateshead were on the end of a 3-2 loss at home to Dover Athletic on Saturday but they still occupy one of the early play-off spots despite this loss as their away form has been most impressive this season.


Gateshead have won five of their first seven away matches in this new campaign with an overall record of 5-1-1 10/7 under their belts which includes wins over Aldershot, Southport, Guiseley, Eastleigh and most impressive of all, Forest Green Rovers. Crosby will be without Matty Pattison (calf) and Danny Johnson (abdomen) again tonight. Winger Josh Gillies is also a doubt, having aggravated a shoulder injury in Saturday’s loss to the Whites.


So far this season Gateshead have only failed to score once this season and that was six games ago so they know where the back of the net is. To give the bet a further boost is it worth noting that Grimsby have conceded a game in ALL of their home matches so far this season and have only failed to score in two games themselves this season. That means that from a combined 28 games these two teams have played in only 4 of those did not have a BTTS result.


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