Wycombe Wanderers vs Grimsby Town KEY REALITIES

It’s time for the 2nd part of a crunch Easter double header for Grimsby Town.Having drawn 0-0 in the house to Stevenage on Saturday, the Mariners are on the roadway on Monday as they handle Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park (3pm).

Town are winless in their last 19 video games, but a very first tidy sheet under Jolley at the weekend has given them a foundation to build on.Wycombe are

flying high in the League Two table, with Jolley’s men all set to come across the likes of Adebayo Akinfenwa in their latest clash.Here is whatever you need to know ahead of kick-off … INJURY NEWS Luke Summerfield returned to the beginning XI the other day, however the

Mariners were without Ben Davies, Karleigh Osborne and Simeon Jackson– while Jamille Matt likewise missed out on the game.Davies and Osborne were ruled-out of the Bank Vacation weekend pre-Stevenage, as was Jackson, but there is some hope that Matt might include.

Action from the matching component.

Can the Mariners get revenge?KEY FIGHT– Luke O’Nien vs Luke Summerfield Who will come out on top in the engine room?O’Nien was missing for the Chairboys on Saturday, however he has actually been a significant gamer for the promo chasers this season, and something of an unrecognized hero.Combative and solid, the midfielder has actually also chipped in with important goals this season.Summerfield made a welcome return to the Town ranks versus Stevenage, and he will need to be at his best if the visitors are to take anything from the game.< figure data-mod =image itemprop=image itemscope=itemscope itemtype=

http://schema.org/ImageObject >< meta itemprop =url material=https://i2-prod.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article390855.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/GRDY20170826A-435_C.jpg > It didn’t make pleased reading for Grimsby Town at Blundell Park


from Adebayo Akinfenwa assisted Wycombe claim a hard-fought victory over the ten-man Mariners in their early season clash at Blundell Park.Akinfenwa and Joe Jacobson put the Chairboys in control at Blundell Park before a penalty from Mitch Rose and goal from JJ Hooper saw Town, who had Danny Collins sent-off for 2 bookable offences, draw level.But with 15 minutes left on the clock, Akinfenwa discovered the net for the second time to hand all 3 indicate Ainsworth’s men.OPPOSITION VIEW … It has actually been and gone, however Town were a little unfortunate in the matching fixture.Times have actually changed given that

then, as have subsequent targets for the season, however their approaching hosts are mounting a genuine promo charge.Akinfenwa is a prominent

threat. It’s not simply his objectives, either. Certainly,’the Beast’provides a crucial outlet for his team-mates. Keep an eye on the combative O’Nien in midfield– he has really captured the eye this season, and has actually also broken in with essential objectives.

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Can the Mariners cause a distressed versus League 2 hopefuls Wycombe?