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1Cheltenham6616
2Swindon6413
3Port Vale6512
4Plymouth6611
5Leyton Orient6411
6Crewe6411
7Walsall6311
8Salford6310
9Cambridge Utd6210
10Crawley Town649
11Colchester619
12Grimsby6-39
13Exeter618
14Mansfield608
15Carlisle6-18
16Bradford6-17
17Scunthorpe6-47
18Northampton616
19Morecambe606
20Newport County6-86
21Forest Green6-15
22Oldham6-35
23Macclesfield6-101
24Stevenage6-110

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Grimsby v Port Vale Team News

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 05/10/2018

MICHAEL Jolley is unlikely to change much for the Blundell Park game with Port Vale. Town finally ended their losing sequence with a win at Carlisle, but the Mariners are yet to win at Blundell Park in the league. The temptation must be to stick with a settled side.

John Welsh and Jordan Cook could recover from their injuries but if they do may have to work their way back into the team. Striker Harry Cardwell came on in injury time at Brunton Park but is unlikely to be promoted to a starting place.

Vale midfielder Manny Oyeleke (hamstring), and winger Cristian Montano (knee) both were injured in the midweek defeat to MK Dons. Fullback James Gibbons (hip) and striker Scott Quigley (thigh) are also ruled out.

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